Simple Self-Hosted Hasura

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  1. Create a droplet on Digital Ocean by clicking the green create button in the upper left corner by your account.
Creating a droplet on digital ocean
Setting a root password on digital ocean droplet.
value then got Adding a domain on digital ocean droplet.
  1. ssh into your digital ocean droplet, by opening a new terminal window and typing ssh root@yourip (you can use once the name changes are propogated)
  2. clone the starter repo with git clone
  3. cd into the docker compose https manifest (this sets up https encryption by default)
cd graphql-engine/install-manifests/docker-compose-https/ {
reverse_proxy graphql-engine:8080




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