Build Space

After creating a Space, you'll have an empty repository to develop your code. A dockerfile or deploy.yaml is required.

  • A dockerfile is a text document that contains all the commands a user could call on the command line to assemble an image.

  • A deploy.yaml is a configuration file, written using Lagrange Definition Language (LDL), which is used to specify deployment details for a Space on the Lagrange.

You can create/upload each file through the Web UI or via Lagrange-cli.

dockerfile or deploy.yaml

In determining the choice of deployment file, consider the following:

  • Use a dockerfile if you don't have a pre-built image.

  • Use deploy.yaml if you have an existing image to deploy.

  • For many files, Lagrange-cli is recommended to choose to upload them.

  • For large files( >50MB), upload to Multichain.Storage first, and add its IPFS link to your dockerfile or deploy.yaml.

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