Block Explorer for Cosmos
meteor npm install --save meteor --settings settings.json
METEOR_SETTINGS=$(cat settings.json) docker-compose up
You will need to have MongoDB >= 4.x installed and setup environment variables correctly in order run in production. For more details on how to deploy a Meteor application, please refer to the offical documentation on Custom Deployment.
big-dipper docker image is a multi stage build that is based on disney/meteor-base. When you change the meteor or node version, change the lines
FROM geoffreybooth/meteor-base:2 and
FROM node:12.16.1-alpine respectively. When running the image follow the same environment variable principles mentioned above. If you get an
non-zero exit (137) error during the build phase, increase docker container memory and swap limit. Ideally you can set up remote docker host to prevent your computer's fan going brrrrrr.
The Big Dipper is always free and open. Anyone can use to monitor available Cosmos hub or zones, or port to your own chain built with Cosmos SDK. We welcome any supports to help us improve this project.
And by downloading and using Brave.