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Starz uses github oauth to login and then does a simple query on a github account to return their public repos and how many stars each one has.
starz directory in the root of your
$GOPATH. Once there, you can
install by running
$ go install starz/...
This will yield a binary called
starzd comes with its own usage:
$ starzd run -h run starzd with given options Usage: app run [flags] Flags: -a, --apitoken string github apitoken -i, --clientId string github oauth clientId -s, --clientSecret string github oauth clientSecret -c, --cookieSecret string cookieSecret -n, --host string hostname -p, --port int port (default -1)
starzd can be run by giving these flags values. For example:
$ starzd run -i someClientIdFromGitHub -s someClientSecretFromGihub
is the most basic way to run the application. You must get the clientid and clientsecret by creating a github oauth app. To register a github oauth app and get a clientid and clientsecret, please visit here and fill out the required information.
Github oauth also requires a github oauth call back route. You can just default this to:
unless you have an another ip you can use.
All the other flags are not required, but allow you to customize your experience. For example, the apitoken, if not present, limits you to only 60 requests per min.
The port, hostname, and cookieSecrets default to sane defaults (8000, localhost, and a random string).
Dockerhub contains the full README for the docker container. Please visit the link for complete details.
Here is an example of passing in all enviroment variables to the starz container:
$ docker run -d -p 80:8000 \ -e STARZ_PORT=$STARZ_PORT \ -e STARZ_HOSTNAME=$STARZ_HOSTNAME \ -e STARZ_CLIENTID=$STARZ_CLIENTID \ -e STARZ_CLIENTSECRET=$STARZ_CLIENTSECRET \ -e STARZ_APITOKEN=$STARZ_APITOKEN \ -e STARZ_COOKIESECRET=$STARZ_COOKIESECRET \ dmmcquay/starz:latest
After you have this running, don't forget to update your github oauth call back url to point to the ip, port, and route.
In the gce folder you'll find my deployment scripts for deploying starz to GCE running a CoreOS instance. It assumes that you have a correctly configured gcloud tool enviroment. The instance will, on boot, start a service running the docker container dmmcquay/starz:v1 and expose on port 80.
$ bash deploy.sh
and the script with create a coreos instance with the running app.
After running deploy.sh, it will return a ip that you can go to your github oauth page and update the call back url with that ip plus the route:
The deploy.sh script will also make the external IP address you receive from GCE static, so you don't have to worry about it changing underneath you.
In the cloud-config.yaml file, you will have to add your github oauth clientid and clientsecret. You will also have to add your github api token if you want to be able to have more than 60 requests per hour. Make sure you edit the cloud-config.yaml file, otherwise the values in there by default will cause the application to fail to deploy.