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Docker

Pode has a Docker image that you can use to host your server, for instructions on pulling these images you can look here.

The images use PowerShell v7.1.4 on either an Ubuntu Bionic (default), Alpine, or ARM32 image.

Images

Info

The server script used below can be found in the examples/web-pages-docker.ps1 directory in the repo.

Default

The default Pode image is an Ubuntu Bionic image with PowerShell v7.1.4 and Pode installed. An example of using this image in your Dockerfile could be as follows:

# pull down the pode image
FROM badgerati/pode:latest

# or use the following for GitHub
# FROM docker.pkg.github.com/badgerati/pode/pode:latest

# copy over the local files to the container
COPY . /usr/src/app/

# expose the port
EXPOSE 8085

# run the server
CMD [ "pwsh", "-c", "cd /usr/src/app; ./web-pages-docker.ps1" ]

Alpine

Pode also has an image for Alpine, an example of using this image in your Dockerfile could be as follows:

# pull down the pode image
FROM badgerati/pode:latest-alpine

# or use the following for GitHub
# FROM docker.pkg.github.com/badgerati/pode/pode:latest-alpine

# copy over the local files to the container
COPY . /usr/src/app/

# expose the port
EXPOSE 8085

# run the server
CMD [ "pwsh", "-c", "cd /usr/src/app; ./web-pages-docker.ps1" ]

ARM32

Pode also has an image for ARM32, meaning you can run Pode on Raspberry Pis. An example of using this image in your Dockerfile could be as follows:

# pull down the pode image
FROM badgerati/pode:latest-arm32

# or use the following for GitHub
# FROM docker.pkg.github.com/badgerati/pode/pode:latest-arm32

# copy over the local files to the container
COPY . /usr/src/app/

# expose the port
EXPOSE 8085

# run the server
CMD [ "pwsh", "-c", "cd /usr/src/app; ./web-pages-docker.ps1" ]

Build and Run

To build and run the above Dockerfiles, you can use the following commands:

docker build -t pode/example .
docker run -p 8085:8085 -d pode/example

Now try navigating to http://localhost:8085 (or calling curl http://localhost:8085) and you should be greeted with a "Hello, world!" page.

Warning

The ARM32 images will likely only work on Raspberry Pis, or an Operating System that supports ARM.