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A very simple static homepage for your server.

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Homer

A dead simple static HOMepage for your servER to keep your services on hand, from a simple yaml configuration file.

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Features

  • yaml file configuration
  • Installable (pwa)
  • Search
  • Grouping
  • Theme customization
  • Offline health check
  • keyboard shortcuts:
    • / Start searching.
    • Escape Stop searching.
    • Enter Open the first matching result (respects the bookmark's _target property).
    • Alt/Option + Enter Open the first matching result in a new tab.

Getting started

Homer is a full static html/js dashboard, based on a simple yaml configuration file. See documentation for information about the configuration (assets/config.yml) options.

It's meant to be served by an HTTP server, it will not work if you open the index.html directly over file:// protocol.

Using docker

docker run -d \
  -p 8080:8080 \
  -v </your/local/assets/>:/www/assets \
  --restart=always \
  b4bz/homer:latest

The container will run using a user uid and gid 1000. Add --user <your-UID>:<your-GID> to the docker command to adjust it. Make sure this match the ownership of your assets directory.

Environment variables:

  • INIT_ASSETS (default: 1) Install example configuration file & assets (favicons, ...) to help you get started.

  • SUBFOLDER (default: null) If you would like to host Homer in a subfolder, (ex: *http://my-domain/**homer***), set this to the subfolder path (ex /homer).

  • PORT (default: 8080) If you would like to change internal port of Homer from default 8080 to your port choice.

  • IPV6_DISABLE (default: 0) Set to 1 to disable listening on IPv6.

With docker-compose

A docker-compose.yml file is available as an example. It must be edited to match your needs. You probably want to adjust the port mapping and volume binding (equivalent to -p and -v arguments).

Then launch the container:

cd /path/to/docker-compose.yml/
docker-compose up -d

Using the release tarball (prebuilt, ready to use)

Download and extract the latest release (homer.zip) from the release page, rename the assets/config.yml.dist file to assets/config.yml, and put it behind a web server.

wget https://github.com/bastienwirtz/homer/releases/latest/download/homer.zip
unzip homer.zip
cd homer
cp assets/config.yml.dist assets/config.yml
npx serve # or python -m http.server 8010 or apache, nginx ...

Using Helm

Thanks to @djjudas21 charts:

helm repo add djjudas21 https://djjudas21.github.io/charts/
helm repo update djjudas21

# install with all defaults
helm install homer djjudas21/homer

# install with customisations
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/djjudas21/charts/main/charts/homer/values.yaml
# edit values.yaml
helm install homer djjudas21/homer -f values.yaml

Build manually

# Using yarn (recommended)
yarn install
yarn build

# **OR** Using npm
npm install
npm run build

Then your dashboard is ready to use in the /dist directory.

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