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How to start


To start you have to:

  1. Have Posix compatible OS (Linux / OSX)
  2. Have Docker CE installed
  3. Have GIT installed
  4. Have JRE installed
  5. Have PHP7.* and composer installed
  6. Have rsync, curl, make, sed, jq and md5sum available

(for md5sum on OSX you can either brew install md5sha1sum or add alias md5sum='md5 -r' to your .bashrc)

Running the app for the first time

First clone git repo:

$ git clone

Don't be surprised, that staging is a default branch. Don't switch to master.

Enter the repository folder and download PHP dependencies.

$ cd webapp
$ composer update

Install twig-lint globally by:

$ composer global require "asm89/twig-lint" "@stable"

Now configure localhost. To do so, add this line to /etc/hosts: uprzejmiedonosze.localhost

Now compile the app, build a Docker image, and run it simply by:

$ make dev-run

If there is no error in the terminal, you should be able to run:

$ open http://uprzejmiedonosze.localhost

To refresh the sources on the docker image make:

$ make dev


Docker image has three folders installed. Two of them are copied after each docker image build:

db – database file with pre-filled data with one user and two applications

cdn – images used in pre-filled applications (old format, all images in one directory)

cdn2 – new CDN schema (each user has its own folder)

On the other hand folder export created after make dev-run (and updated after make dev) is a mounted volume inside the docker image (under /var/www/

There is an ugly hack in /src/inc/firebase.php which maps all logged-in users into one (pre-filled) account This means that if you log in to your dev environment using your Google account you will still be active as having two applications ready.

Every time you restart your Docker container all the data will be wiped out.

Working with sources

  1. Play with sources
  2. Run make dev
  3. Refresh website


Looking for logs? Run:

$ make -C docker shell
docker# tail /var/log/ # nginx debug log (very verbose)
docker# tail /var/log/ # nginx access log (not very useful)
docker# tail /var/log/*.log # application log (quite useful)

Use logger() function to write to uprzejmiedonosze.localhost.log.

Want to copy files from Docker image to host or vice versa? Use hosts export director as a proxy. Whatever you put there, it will be available inside the Docker image under /var/www/ It works both directions.