Get ContextMap

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Get started with the free community edition, which includes all essential documentation features.


Run in isolation, maintain control over configuration and updates, ensuring that your data remains within your private network.

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No user account or registration is required, so dive straight into it without any hassle.

Docker Community Edition

The easiest way to get started, is by running the Community Edition Docker image.
Below is an example of a docker-compose.yml file to run the image locally, while storing any data in a /tmp folder.
Afterwards it depends on your projects and CI/CD pipeline how to automatically document the projects. More information to set this up is available in the Help section of the front-end, or on our GitHub page.
# Example docker-compose.yml file # Run using: docker compose -p contextmap up -d # Afterwards open a browser and navigate to http://localhost:8080 version: "3" services: contextmap: container_name: community-edition image: contextmap/community-edition:latest ports: - 8080:80 - 8000:8000 environment: - "BACKEND_URL=http://localhost:8000" volumes: - ./tmp:/data/db
If you want to know more about the different configuration options of the image, then head over to our Docker Hub page 🐳

Quick Demo ?

To give you an idea of what the ContextMap portal looks like...
The following demo allows you to have a look at the portal for a mocked architecture.

Open the demo