Docker Image and Frontend Deployment Documentation


This documentation will guide you through the process of deploying your frontend application using Docker. We'll cover loading a Docker image and running it with Docker Compose.

Step 1: Loading the Docker Image

  1. Make sure you have the Docker image file (usually with a .tar extension) for your frontend application. In this example, we assume the file is named crypto-payment-whitelabel-front.001.tar.

  2. To load the Docker image from the file, open your terminal and navigate to the directory where the image file is located.

  3. Run the following command to load the Docker image:

    codedocker load --input crypto-payment-whitelabel-front.001.tar

    This command imports the Docker image from the file into your local Docker repository.

Step 2: Running the Application

Now that you've loaded the Docker image, you can proceed to run your frontend application using Docker Compose.

  1. Ensure you have Docker Compose installed. If not, you can install it following the official Docker Compose installation guide.

  2. Create a docker-compose.yml file in the directory where you want to run your frontend application. You can use the following as a template:

    codeversion: '3'
        image: <your-image-name>   # Replace with the name of your Docker image
          - "80:80"               # Adjust the port mapping if needed

    Replace <your-image-name> with the actual name of the Docker image you loaded in Step 1.

  3. Save the docker-compose.yml file.

  4. Open your terminal and navigate to the directory containing the docker-compose.yml file.

  5. Run the following command to start your frontend application as a Docker container:

    codedocker-compose up -d

    This command will start your application in detached mode (-d), running it in the background.

Accessing Your Frontend Application

Once the Docker container is running, you can access your frontend application through a web browser. By default, it will be available at http://localhost. File:

The Docker image can be downloaded from the link:

Congratulations! You've successfully loaded your Docker image and deployed your frontend application using Docker Compose. You can customize the docker-compose.yml file to suit your specific application requirements.

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