So, Pocketbase is an open-source backend for your next SaaS and mobile app, all in one file.
I wanted to add it to BigBearCasaOS, but there was no official Docker image available. So, I started the ‘big-bear-docker-images’ repository to store all of the Docker images that we create and maintain for BigBearCommunity.
This image is built on Alpine, making it lightweight.
- http://[YOUR_IP]:8090 - if pb_public directory exists, serves the static content from it (html, css, images, etc.)
- http://[YOUR_IP]:8090/_/ - Admin dashboard UI
- http://[YOUR_IP]:8090/api/ - REST API
# Specify the version of Docker Compose being used version: '3.8' # Define the services that will run in the Docker Compose environment services: # Define the "pocketbase" service pocketbase: # Use the specified Docker image for this service image: bigbeartechworld/big-bear-pocketbase:0.19.1 # Map port 8090 on the host to port 8090 in the container ports: - "8090:8090" # Mount a volume from the host to the container # This is used to persist data between container runs volumes: /DATA/AppData/big-bear-pocketbase/data:/app/data