It just got extremely easy to install Intercity - the web UI for managing Docker applications, plugins, and application deployments. After the excellent initiative and support by Ariejan de Vroom and Jeroen van Baarsen from last November 2018, the big PR is finally, merged in! 🥳

The new way of installing and updating Intercity is as easy as running the following commands and following the setup procedure:

$ wget
$ sudo bash

Running the script will make sure Docker and Docker Compose are installed on your server. It will also ask you some setup questions and the configuration settings file. Finally, it will download and start the required servies to run Intercity, like an nginx-proxy with LetsEncrypt, PostgreSQL, and Redis.

In theory, running will also allow you to upgrade to the latest version of Intercity as we'll be publishing new releases of Intercity to the officially supported image on Docker Hub: Every time the image gets updated, you can run to have Docker Compose pull it down and restart your services.

Upgrading from the old way of installing Intercity is fairly easy, but you do need to make some file migrations of the PostgreSQL database files. An automated upgrade path or documentation for this will be ready as soon as I've tested this with my personal already running Intercity deployments.