You want a status page, but you actually don't care about all those advanced features? Here ya go!
go build .
Now go and run that executable. Don't worry, the only required file at runtime is your config file.
./jvlu -config my_config
If you place your config file with the name "services" in the current working directory, you don't even need that parameter. For help, see:
See the file services_example for an annotated example of a config file.
# Build the jvlu image docker build -t jvlu .
Then bind mount your config file into the container at
/services. There's a basic
docker-compose.yml that you can use as a starting point.
This project makes use of Pico.css.