Installation of Ionic Framework on Synology

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Installation of Ionic Framework on Synology

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Has anyone had any success installing the Ionic Framework onto their Synology?

I've reached an impasse trying to install this version of the ionic framework.

Any assistance appreciated.
 
What problems are you having?
I've just used a quick docker-compose and it came up without an issue.
But I have no app to test, nor did I test server or connect an USB device.
Without a bit more information there's not much anyone can do to help I'm afraid.
 
Thanks for getting back to me.

I was having a nightmare time trying to docker deploy Ionic on to my Synology; it kept requesting to launch the java app directory first which I could not locate. Finally had to deploy the docker Ionic onto our Windows desktop instead. Which was really plain sailing, if you have a guide to installing or your docker-compose, it would be good to have a look at where I was going wrong.
 
Install the synology docker package.
SSH onto your NAS.
Run the following line:
Code:
sudo curl -L "https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.28.2/docker-compose-$(uname -s)-$(uname -m)" -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
(Shamelessly stolen from @one-eyed-king in the From Synology to Docker thread)
In my case...
cd /volume2/docker
mkdir compose
mkdir ionic


Code:
version: '3.3'
services:
    ionic-framework:
        container_name: ionic
        image: 'agileek/ionic-framework:1.4.5'
        ports:
            - '8100:8100'
            - '35729:35729'
        volumes:
            - '/volume2/docker/ionic/:/myApp:rw'
        restart: always
        networks:
            - synology

networks:
    synology:
        external: true
Of note, I use a network called synology if you don't you'll need to specify your network or that you're using the host network.
Save that as ionic.yml in /volume2/docker/compose

Then back in your SSH session:
cd compose
(your path should look similar to /volume2/docker/compose)
docker-compose -f ionic.yml up -d

It'll pull down the files if necessary and spin up the container.
 

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