You can connect to web applications installed on your workspace using the
applications specification file located at
/coder/apps/config.yaml of the
If you'd like to use custom apps in Coder, you can enable this feature in the UI:
To define custom applications, add a configuration file at
/coder/apps/config.yaml to your image.
The config file specifies the parameters Coder requires in order to launch the application. Within the file, you can specify the following for each application:
# /coder/apps/config.yaml apps: # Name of application in launcher. Name may consist of alphanumeric # characters, dashes, underscores. Names must begin with an alphanumeric # character. Names must be unique per application. Required. - name: projector # Application scheme - must be http or https. Required. scheme: http # Application port. Required. port: 9999 # Host of the application to use when dialing. Defaults to localhost. # Optional. host: "localhost" # Working directory for the start command. Required. working-directory: /home/coder # File path to icon used in application launcher. Icons should be either # PNG, SVG, or JPG. Required. icon-path: /home/coder/goland.svg # Command to start the application. Required. command: /home/coder/.local/bin/projector # Array of arguments for command. Optional. args: ["run"] # Health checks to get running application status. Can use exec or http # health checks to localhost. Optional, but we recommend specifying a # health check. If you don't supply one, then an http request is sent to # the application root path "/". health-check: # Exec commands require an exit code of '0' to report healthy. exec: command: "pgrep" args: ["projector"] # http sends a GET request to the address specified via the parameters. # Expects the status codes to match; default is HTTP 200. http: # Scheme must be "http" or "https". If not specified it inherits # the application scheme. Optional. scheme: "http" # The host to use when dialing the address. If not specified it # inherits the application host. Optional. host: "localhost" # Port to use when dialing the application. If not specified it # inherits the application port. Optional. port: 9999 # Path to use for the health check. If not specified defaults to # "/". Optional. path: "/healthz"
You can also see our blog post for further samples on adding tools like Portainer, Insomnia, and various versions of code-server.