Run it your way: Deploy Thin on your own infrastructure in less than 5 minutes.
Running Thin locally requires docker to be installed. If you haven't installed docker yet, follow the install instructions on the docker website before you continue.
Create a new file
services: db: image: postgres:alpine3.16 restart: always environment: POSTGRES_PASSWORD: examplepassword ports: - '5432:5432' thin: image: downloads.digitallyinduced.com/digitallyinduced/thin-backend:latest restart: always ports: - 8000:8000 depends_on: - db environment: DATABASE_URL: "postgres://postgres:examplepassword@db/postgres" TYPE_DEFINITONS_BASE_PATH: "$PWD" volumes: - ".:/home/app/Application:rw"
Now you can start the database and Thin Backend with docker-compose:
docker compose up
On first start Thin will automatically generate a few files in the working directory:
|Schema.sql||Database tables are defined here. You can edit this file with your text editor if you want.|
|Migration/||Database migrations are stored here.|
|Types/||npm package that contains the generated TypeScript definitions.|
|jwt.pub||Public key generated for the JWT-based|
|jwt.secret||Secret key generated for the JWT-based. Keep this secret.|
It's recommended to keep all these files (except the
Types/ directory) in git.
The self hosted Thin works very similiar to the Cloud version at thin.dev, so you can follow all the other Guides and it should just work as expected. Make sure to use
http://localhost:8000 as your Backend url.