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dokku-pages

v1.0.10

Published

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Downloads

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Readme

dokku-pages

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A simple way to deploy a static site to dokku.

Get Started

Installation

npm i -g dokku-pages

Usage

dokku-pages deploy -g [email protected]:myapp -p dist

Minimal Containers

By adding the --minimal flag, you can dramatically decrease container footprint.

| Deploy Command | Dokku Type | Image Size | | ------------- | --- | ------------- | | deploy ... | Herokuish Build Pack | 1.5 GB | | deploy ... --minimal | Docker Build | 55 MB |

That's a saving of 96.4%!

Help

Usage: dokku-pages [options] [command]

Options:
  -h, --help        display help for command

Commands:
  deploy [options]  Deploys this library to your dokku
    -g, --giturl <giturl>   The dokku git url (eg: [email protected]:app)
    -d, --dist <directory>  The static directory
    --minimal               Use minimal docker image instead of herokuish buildpack
    --allow-cors <domains>  Allow CORS for a domain (example.com or *)
    --dry-run               Only build the image, won't deploy to dokku
    -h, --help              display help for command

  help [command]    display help for command

CORS on certain paths

Cors configuration is only available with the flag --minimal.

CORS Example Arguments:
  --allow-cors '*'                ANY domain
  --allow-cors 'a1.com'           a1.com OR www.a2.com
  --allow-cors 'a1.com|a2.com'    a1.com OR a2.com
  --allow-cors '.+\.example.com'  ANY subdomain of example.com
  --allow-cors 'localhost:.+'     ANY port on localhost

Notes

  • This requires:
    • npm
    • git
    • ssh
  • You need to have ssh access to the dokku instance
  • The app needs to exist on the dokku instance

Inspiration

This package is inspired by the ease of use of gh-pages