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Anyone can run the Astroport User Interface (UI) in Docker. Docker images for the frontend can be found in the official Astroport GitHub Packages.

Getting Started

Before you start, make sure that you have Docker installed on your machine. If you haven't installed it yet, you can download Docker from the official website.

Steps to Run the Astroport UI in Docker

Pull the Docker Image

Open your terminal and use the following command to pull the Astroport UI Docker image:

docker pull<repository>/<package>:<tag>

Make sure to replace repository, package, and tag with the correct repository name, package name, and the version tag respectively.

Run the Docker Image

Once the Docker image has been pulled successfully, run the image using the following command:

docker pull<repository>/<package>:<tag>

This command runs the Docker image and maps the application which is running on port 80 inside the Docker container to port 8000 on your host machine.

Now, you can open your web browser and navigate to http://localhost:8000 to see the Astroport UI running.

Remember to replace placeholders (repository, package, and tag) with the actual values. You may need to check the exact usage of Docker commands depending on the configuration of your Docker image.