Node.js adapter for Docker services.
Node.js adapter for http://docker.io services.
dockeragent is available on npm.
npm install dockeragent
Given docker is a young project and the API is constantly changing it
is not feasible to support multiple Remote API versions. Here are the current
recommended versions for the last npm release (
- Tested with Docker v0.6.x
- Docker Remote API v1.4 [docs]
DockerAgent requires the API be accessible through an http address and not
the default config of a unix socket file. You can start the docker daemon
-H flags to allow access from both DockerAgent and
docker's included cli tool. Alternatively, edit
this config if docker was installed as a service.
docker -d -H 127.0.0.1:4243 -H unix://var/run/docker.sock
API Docs coming soon...
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