opencv-express - Template for using opencv-3.4.1 + opencv-contrib with express.js and docker

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This is an example of how to use opencv4nodejs in your web apps with express.js or any other serverside node.js framework. A minimalistic docker image is provided with opencv-3.4.1 and opencv_contrib-3.4.1 + node.js environment set up (opencv4nodejs globally installed). If you want to build your own docker image or use a different OpenCV version, you can pull one of the OpenCV 3.x base images: https://hub.docker.com/u/justadudewhohacks/.

https://github.com/justadudewhohacks/opencv-express#readme

Dependencies:

body-parser : ^1.18.2
express : ^4.15.5

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