Fix flakey test by ensuring multiple select options are added one by one to... See merge request bramw/baserow!450
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Warning: From version 0.8.0 to 1.4.1 of Baserow the docker-compose.yml included in the root of this repository has exposed an unsecured redis instance by default on the ip:port 0.0.0.0:6379. If you have been running a server which is accessible via the internet using this
docker-compose.ymlthen it is possible this redis server has been exposed to the internet depending on your operating system, networking setup and firewall settings. Please update to the latest version of Baserow, 1.4.2 which no longer exposes the redis, db and mjml containers. Additionally, 1.4.2 only exposes the backend, web-frontend and media containers on localhost and not on 0.0.0.0. If you were previously relying on
docker-compose.ymlpublicly exposing Baserow then please follow the Make Baserow publicly accessible section in the docker how to guide.
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If you want to try out Baserow on your own computer, you can easily start a local
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$ git clone --branch master https://gitlab.com/bramw/baserow.git $ cd baserow $ docker-compose up
More detailed instructions and more information about running baserow locally check here or at https://baserow.io/docs/guides/running-baserow-locally.
If you want to contribute to Baserow you need to setup the development environment. Execute the following commands to start a development version of the baserow environment which has debug and hot re-loading features enabled.
$ git clone --branch master https://gitlab.com/bramw/baserow.git $ cd baserow $ docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose.dev.yml up $ # OR use our ./dev.sh script which also ensures your dev containers run as your user $ ./dev.sh --build
The Baserow development environment is now running. Visit http://localhost:3000 in your browser and you should see a working version in development mode.
More detailed instructions and more information about the development environment can be found here or at https://baserow.io/docs/development/development-environment.
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The official documentation can be found on the website at https://baserow.io/docs/index or here inside the repository. The API docs can be found here at https://api.baserow.io/api/redoc/ or if you are looking for the OpenAPI schema here https://api.baserow.io/api/schema.json.
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