Blimp is a drop-in replacement for Docker Compose that uses standard Docker Compose files for configuration. See the Docker Compose documentation for more on how to write Docker Compose files.
While there are some differences between Blimp and
Docker Compose, the majority of
docker-compose.yaml files will work
docker-compose.yaml file will work with both
docker-compose up and
version: '3' services: # The name of the service. web: # The path to the Docker build context. build: . # An alternate Dockerfile can also be specified with a map. # build: # dockerfile: Dockerfile.dev # context: . command: - "node" - "/usr/src/app/server.js" # Set environment variables. environment: NODE_ENV: "development" # The ports to forward from the container to `localhost`. # Accessing `localhost:8080` on your machine will hit `8080` # within the container. ports: - "8080:8080" depends_on: - mongo volumes: # Sync ./app to /usr/src/app/app in the container. - ./app:/usr/src/app/app # Named volumes are also supported. - data:/data mongo: image: "mongo" ports: - "27017:27017" # Declare named volumes here. volumes: data: