This page contains a quickstart to help you get pg_featureserv up and running with Postgres Container Apps on Crunchy Bridge. We recommend you start with the quickstart to get an understanding of container apps.
From the project:
A lightweight RESTful geospatial feature server for PostGIS, written in Go. It supports the OGC API - Features REST API standard.
Pg_featureserv with Container Apps Quickstart
First ensure you have Container Apps enabled with
CREATE EXTENSION pgpodman;. Once enabled you’ll need your DATABASE_URL from Crunchy Bridge to include in the command. To start your pg_featureserv you can run:
SELECT run_container('-dt -p 5433:5433/tcp -e DATABASE_URL="<DATABASE_URL>" -e PGFS_SERVER_HTTPPORT=5433 docker.io/pramsey/pg_featureserv:latest');
Now you can visit your running pg_featureserv at your hostname:5433.