1. Run Replicated Studio on your local dev machine
You’ll need Docker installed on your local development machine.
mkdir -p $HOME/replicated docker run --name studio -d \ --restart always \ -v $HOME/replicated:/replicated \ -p 8006:8006 \ replicated/studio:latest
2. Install ngrok
Since we’re developing locally, we’ll need to expose our local development environment to the internet, so that changes you make to
current.yaml in your
replicated directory can be served to your development server.
Download and install ngrok from the official site (you’ll need to create an account as well.)
When you’re done with that, you can expose your localhost by running
./ngrok http 8006 on the command line. You should see a line that looks something like this:
Forwarding https://a23glmnop.ngrok.io -> 127.0.0.1:8006
Copy that .ngrok.io URL, you’ll need it when you install Replicated on the development server.