How to create Ruby on Rails 7 and Mysql project with Docker
Sometimes I have to work on multiple pc. It's helpful if project is configured on docker. I was searching a good docker-composer.yml template on github. But most of the case for rails 7 it was not working perfect. Sometimes I am getting a good template which was working perfect for rails 7, but it was configured for Postgreesql. But I need mysql. Sometimes I am getting template which was works perfectly for the old version of rails, not working for the new version.
So I have configured docker with Rails 7 and Mysql. If anyone want to create a fresh new project it will be helpful. Here is the git repo -
1. First clone the project
$ git clone https://github.com/Mashpy/rails-7-docker-template-with-mysql.git
2. Rename the project name as your wish
$ mv rails-7-docker-template-with-mysql your_project_name
3. Change directory -
$ cd your_project_name
4. Update your rails version on the Gemfile -
source 'https://rubygems.org' gem 'rails', '7.0.3'
5. Update Ruby version on Dockerfile -
6. Now install new rails app -
$ docker-compose run app rails new . --force --database=mysql --skip-bundle
7. Build the docker image -
$ docker-compose build
8. Update database details on config/database.yml file.
9. Run -
$ docker-compose up
10. Browse http://localhost:3000
If it's work perfectly please make star on my repo. If you have any question you can ask me.
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