Install CodeMash using Docker Compose.
At CodeMash, we believe in the power of community. We also believe that developers are most creative when they have time and space to hack their ideas into reality. We want to start CodeMash with the Community edition, where you can install CodeMash on your local machine. Using Docker compose file, you can start the development environment and build your ideas.
One way that Docker can be used is in the "Indie Hacker" plan. The Indie Hacker plan is designed for personal, internal company, or subsidiary use. It allows developers to try out CodeMash and see how it can help them create and manage the backend for their apps.
However, the Indie Hacker plan has some restrictions, such as that any derivatives achieved by using CodeMash cannot be provided, delivered, or sold to third parties as a service. This means developers who use the Indie Hacker plan cannot use CodeMash to create a service or product sold or provided to others.
Overall, the Indie Hacker plan is a good way for developers to try out CodeMash and see how it can help them create and manage the backend for their apps. It is an excellent way to start with CodeMash and see how it can benefit your development efforts.
The following samples are intended for use in local development environments, such as tinkering with the CodeMash stack, having small and internal projects, etc. These samples must not be deployed in production environments.
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