Mixpost Lite

Personal use

Installation - As a package in an existing Laravel app

Please follow the installation guide from the Github repository: https://github.com/inovector/mixpost

Installation - As a standalone app

If you don't know Laravel, but have basic PHP knowledge and know how to deploy to a server, you can follow these instructions.

You can create a new Laravel application with Mixpost preinstalled using Composer. This application will also have authorization screens.

Please follow the installation guide from the Github repository: https://github.com/inovector/MixpostApp

Installation - Docker

Installation - Docker

Install Docker

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Installation - Docker

Using Docker Image

Please follow the installation instructions on Docker Hubhttps://hub.docker.com/r/inovector/mixpost

Video Tutorial - Installation with Portainer

Portainer is an open-source tool designed to simplify the management of Docker containers and clusters. It provides a user-friendly web-based interface that allows users to easily manage and monitor their Docker environments without requiring extensive technical expertise.

Install Portainer

In this video, we are using the old `docker-compose.yml`.
Please, use the new content https://hub.docker.com/r/inovector/mixpost

Actions after installation

After installation, it is necessary to configure the services to be able to connect your social accounts.

Follow the instructions for each platform

Update Guide

Update Guide

In your Standalone or Laravel app

Updating Mixpost is a simple task that can be executed in a few steps. This guide will provide you with the necessary steps to update Mixpost.

composer update inovector/mixpost

After the update is complete, clear the cache by running the following command:

php artisan cache:clear

Next, publish the assets:

php artisan mixpost:publish-assets

Finally, terminate the Horizon process by running:

php artisan horizon:terminate

This all!

You can check the version of Mixpost by running the command:

composer show inovector/mixpost
Update Guide

Update with Docker

Updating Mixpost with Docker is straightforward, you just make sure to preserve the mounted volume. Just pull the latest image, stop and remove the current container, and then start a new one.

Navigate to your folder where you have the docker-compose.yml the file then run:

# Pull the latest version
docker-compose pull 

# Stop and remove the old container 
docker-compose down

# Start a new container
docker-compose up -d

Upgrade Guide

When upgrading an application, it is important to carefully review the changes made in each version to determine if any of the changes will affect the application's functionality or compatibility. It is also important to thoroughly test the upgraded application before deploying it to ensure that it is functioning as expected and that there are no compatibility issues with other systems or applications. Coming soon...