compose-postgrest - Postgres, PostgREST, and Swagger UI conveniently wrapped up with docker-compose

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Postgres, PostgREST, and Swagger UI conveniently wrapped up with docker-compose. Place SQL into the initdb folder, get REST! Includes world sample database.

https://github.com/mattddowney/compose-postgrest

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