Fleek has an official Docker Hub repo! We store all our official Docker Images there. In this post, we’ll introduce you to its content so you can use it to create the best site ever.
Docker Hub is like Github, but for Docker Images. When you deploy a site through Fleek and are filling the build settings, the docker images field corresponds to a docker image resting in Docker Hub.
Fleek’s repositories can be found here. You will find images for all the frameworks we are officially supporting such as Gatsby, Hugo, etc…
When creating a site, you can specify one of those images by filling the docker image field in the build settings to the corresponding image. For instance, to use the Gatsby docker image enter
Many frameworks rely on a specific Node.js version, otherwise, the build fails. By default, our docker images will use the latest Node.js version available.
You can specify a specific Node version through the Docker tag. For example, look at the repository for Gatsby.
As you can see in the tags section, many node versions are available. For example, if we need Gatsby and Node 10, we would use the image
If you wish to consult the Dockerfile from which those images are built, you can consult the Github repository with all the Dockerfiles from which the images built.
We hope you enjoyed this tour through Fleek’s Docker Hub! If you feel we are missing docker images or have suggestions, do not hesitate to contact us!