We have public Docker containers to run DappChain and demos directly. All you need is Docker installed.
The Docker images are built each time the code is updated, so it is always current.
Note: The commands below exposes all available ports, but that may not be needed all the time.
Considering that this is run on local machine, without any other web server running at port 80:
docker run -d -p 46656:46656 -p 46658:46658 loomnetwork/weave-blueprint:latest docker run -d -p 80:3000 loomnetwork/phaser-sdk-demo:latest
If there is a web server running on the same host, the container for
phaser-sdk-demo can be run with
-p 127.0.0.1:3000:3000 and configure the web server as reverse proxy to port 3000 (or any other free port).
It is important for the web browser to be able to access the websockets running in the
The docker run parameter
-p can be manipulated further according to needs.
If you want to pull the individual images