jupyter-repo2docker is a tool to build, run, and push Docker
images from source code repositories.
repo2docker fetches a repository
(from GitHub, GitLab, Zenodo, Figshare, Dataverse installations, a Git repository or a local directory)
and builds a container image in which the code can be executed.
The image build process is based on the configuration files found in the repository.
repo2docker can be
used to explore a repository locally by building and executing the
constructed image of the repository, or as a means of building images that
are pushed to a Docker registry.
repo2docker is the tool used by BinderHub
to build images on demand.
- Getting Started
- How-to Guides
- Configure the user interface
- Choose languages for your environment
- How to automatically create a
environment.ymlthat works with repo2docker
- Share JupyterLab Workspaces with a repository
- Deal with breaking changes in repo2docker
- Build JupyterHub-ready images
repo2dockeras part of your Continuous Integration
- Change the base image used by Docker
- Configuring your repository