Shipyard just received a significant user interface “refresh”. Behind the scenes I moved to almost all standard templating instead of so much AJAX. Visibly it has been updated to Bootstrap3 and has more polish. Pages like container details have more information and it is not quite so bland.
Here are a few screenshots:
…more screenshots on Github…
With the refresh I wanted to add a better base feel to it. Granted it needs a lot more love (pull requests welcome!) but I think it is better than before.
The roadmap is packed with goodness. Next up I want to start gathering statistics for containers and hosts. After that will be an API and then “Blueprints”. I will go into detail in another post but a blueprint is essentially a way to map and connect containers (dependencies, environment variable injection, etc.)
You can launch the new Shipyard by
docker run ehazlett/shipyard (make sure to
docker pull ehazlett/shipyard if you already have the image to get the latest).
For more information and updated screenshots source is on Github.
As usual, thanks to the Docker team for kicking so much ass :)