by bitskyai


BitSky HTTP Producer


Environment Variables

  1. BITSKY_BASE_URL{String}: Required. Your BitSky Application's base url. Example:
  2. GLOBAL_ID{String}: Required. Global ID of the headless producer you want to connect. Example: YWdlbnQ6OjE1OTMwNjYzODY5MDU6OmU3MjAwZmU5LWViZTktNDc3Zi1hMDY1LTEzYjFiOTQ3YTAyMQ==
  3. PRODUCER_SERIAL_ID{String}: Optional. An UUID to idenity this producer, better you keep same value for this producer. If you didn't provide then it will automatically generate one for you. Example: b7f6a100-9a35-4df3-bef9-2c1f6d8c866e
  4. LOG_LEVEL{String}: Optional. Winston logging level. Default is info, find detail from Winston Logging Levels
  5. PRODUCER_HOME{String}: Optional. How folder of your producer. You need to set absolute path. Log or other files will be stored relative to PRODUCER_HOME.
  6. PORT: Optional. Port number for this server. Default value is 8090, when you run it in docker mode, you can map host port to 8090


If you want to run it local, make sure you already installed NodeJS and Yarn.

  1. Install node_modules. npm install
  2. Start server
    export BITSKY_BASE_URL= && \
    export GLOBAL_ID=9e788b30-23e9-423a-bf30-1f65a7213182 && \
    npm start
    It start a server on local, you can access it http://localhost:8090

You also can change other Environment Variables


Use default configurations

docker run -p 8200:8090 \
           -e BITSKY_BASE_URL= \
           -e GLOBAL_ID=9e788b30-23e9-423a-bf30-1f65a7213182 \

Persist Log

If you want to persist log, screenshot or chrome session

docker run -p 8090:8090 \
           -v /Users/neo/Downloads/http/:/usr/http \
           -e PRODUCER_HOME=/usr/http \
           -e PRODUCER_SERIAL_ID=889708a2-94c6-40da-9c6f-59e9a53b436c \
           -e BITSKY_BASE_URL= \
           -e GLOBAL_ID=9e788b30-23e9-423a-bf30-1f65a7213182 \

You can access HTTP producer by http://localhost:8090

You also can change other Environment Variables


You can simply deploy this app to Heroku by click this button: Deploy