Docker's Remote API network layer module.
docker-modem will help you talking with
Docker, since it already implements all the network strategies needed to support all
Docker's Remote API endpoints.
It is the module powering (network wise) dockerode and other modules.
var Modem = ;var modem1 = socketPath: '/var/run/docker.sock';var modem2 = ; //defaults to above if env variables are not usedvar modem3 = host: '' port: 3000;var modem4 = protocol:'http' host: '127.0.0.1' port: 3000;var modem5 = host: '127.0.0.1' port: 3000; //defaults to http
You can connect to the Docker daemon via SSH in two ways:
- Using the built-in SSH agent.
- Implement your own custom agent.
//built-in SSH agentvar modem1 =prococol: 'ssh'host: 'ssh://127.0.0.1'port: 22;//custom agentvar customAgent = ;var modem2 =agent: customAgent;
- Tests are implemented using
chai. Run them with
- Check dockerode tests, which is indirectly co-testing
Pedro Dias - @pedromdias
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