koop-docker-example - Sample application using Koop with Docker.

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Sample application using Koop with Docker. Grab docker, docker-machine, and docker-compose.

https://github.com/koopjs/koop-docker-example

Dependencies:

config : ^1.13.0
cors : ^2.5.3
express : ^4.12.3
js-yaml : ^3.3.1
koop : ^2.1.12
koop-agol : ^0.2.12
koop-escache : ^0.0.7
koop-gist : ^0.0.2
koop-github : ^0.1.12
koop-pgcache : ^1.0.1

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