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This is the official dokku buildpack for static websites, powered by nginx.
All static files that you want to serve should be in the root directory of your repository. No need to use a separate
buildpack-nginx will automatically download the buildpack, download NGINX, compile it, and install it. The next time you push your project, the buildpack will reuse the precompiled binaries.
To trigger detection of this buildpack you need to add a dotfile:
Add an empty file called
.static to your root directory of your web project (regardless if you use a custom value for NGINX_ROOT)
Heroku users can use this buildpack by running the following command:
heroku buildpacks:set https://github.com/dokku/buildpack-nginx.git
Custom nginx root
You can override the nginx root via setting the
NGINX_ROOT environment variable. This should be a relative path in your repository.
# where the app is named `static-app` # and the root dir is _site dokku config:set static-app NGINX_ROOT=_site
Default to index for history routing
By default, this buildpack will 404 if a requested file is not found. For static sites that use the browser's history router to show the correct context, setting the
NGINX_DEFAULT_REQUEST to a specific file will override this.
# where the app is named `static-app` # and the desired default response is index.html dokku config:set static-app NGINX_DEFAULT_REQUEST=index.html
Custom nginx config file
You may completely override the built-in nginx config by placing an
app-nginx.conf.sigil file in the root, modeled after our own
conf/app-nginx.conf.sigil. This will be used inside of the container, and not by the host Dokku instance. See the sigil project for more information concerning the sigil format.
Credits and License
buildpack-nginx is licensed under the CC0 1.0 Universal license and has been informed by many similar projects on the web.