Golang Web server to draw cards from The Tarot of the Silicon Dawn https://silicon-dawn.cards
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README.md

Silicon Dawn

I made this so I can pull random cards on my phone and review the text.

I originally designed this for use in Pythonista Then I rewrote it in rust to be a web app. Then I got very tired of compiling rust. I wanted to take it to the NEXT LEVEL and rewrite it in golang and stuff it in a docker container.

Instructions

Docker

I publish the docker container at DockerHub. It is fully self-contained and uses port 3200 internally.

You can spin up a copy however you choose to do a docker or use my compose files in /compose

Go Binary

  1. Install golang
  2. Check out this repository wherever you choose
  3. go build -o bin/silicon-dawn cmd/silicon-dawn
  4. ./bin/silicon-dawn get to hydrate the cards data directory
  5. ./bin/silicon-dawn serve to start the webserver
  6. Browse to http://localhost:3200 to enjoy your pick
  7. Refresh the page for a fresh pick

Or! if you are super lazy check out my hosted copy of this.