In order to add custom choropleth maps, I made a couple modifications to the front-end code both in
client/app/ and in
viz-lib/. I followed instructions here to install a docker-based developer environment, and was able to get the change working in the frontend served with
yarn start (on the
8080 port, while the
5000 port serves the docker container frontend).
I would like to build the
redash image again, with the modified front-end code, so that I can simply launch the app with
docker-compose up. I tried commenting out these lines in the
x-redash-service: &redash-service build: context: . #args: # skip_frontend_build: "true"
So that running
docker-compose build actually builds the frontend as well (
yarn --frozen-lockfile and
yarn build) when making the images. But the new containers don’t seem to reflect the changes: after
docker-compose up, the
5000 port still shows the old frontend.
Any advice on how to do this ?
Note: if I look inside the
redash_server container, I do see the added/modified files !
(ps: it would be awesome to revive this issue)