docker-compose.ymlwith the following containers:
docker-compose-nginx.ymlwith the following containers:
docker-compose-noproxy.ymlwith the following containers:
.envfile and set the following variables:
cloud.squidex.io. If you can Squidex on your local machine it is
/etc/squidexwill be created by docker automatically.
localhost. In this case the webserver (caddy) cannot create a valid certificate and will create a self signed certificate. Usually there is a button to continue to localhost:
127.0.0.1your are referring to the host name. But containers inside docker cannot resolve the network routes and therefore the authentication flow fails. The solution is to either use another local hostname, that you have to configure in the host file of your Operation system or to use a real hostname, such as a public domain name.