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Isomorphic Go by Kamesh Balasubramanian

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The Dockerfile for a closed source project

The Dockerfile that we presented works great for an open source project, but what would you do if your particular Isomorphic Go project is closed source? How could you still take advantage of running Docker in the cloud and keep your source code secure from view at the same time? We would need to make slight modifications to the Dockerfile to account for a closed-source project.

Let's consider a scenario where the igweb code distribution is closed source. Let's presume that we could not obtain it using the go get command.

Let's also assume that you have created a tarball bundle of the closed source igweb project, including a closed-source friendly Dockerfile at the root of the project directory. ...

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