Managed and HA Versions
A managed and an on-premise high-scalability version of Mercure are available in private beta. Drop us a mail for details and pricing.
First, download the archive corresponding to your operating system and architecture from the release page, extract the archive and open a shell in the resulting directory.
Note: Mac OS users must use the
./mercure --jwt-key='!ChangeMe!' --addr=':3000' --debug --allow-anonymous --cors-allowed-origins='*' --publish-allowed-origins='http://localhost:3000'
On Windows, the Windows Defender Firewall will ask you if you want to allow
mercure.exe to communicate through it.
Allow it for both public and private networks. If you use an antivirus, or another firewall software, be sure to whitelist
The server is now available on
http://localhost:3000, with the demo mode enabled. Because
ALLOW_ANONYMOUS is set to
1, anonymous subscribers are allowed.
To run it in production mode, and generate automatically a Let's Encrypt TLS certificate, just run the following command as root:
JWT_KEY='!ChangeMe!' ACME_HOSTS='example.com' ./mercure
Using Windows in production is not recommended.
The value of the
ACME_HOSTS environment variable must be updated to match your domain name(s).
A Let's Encrypt TLS certificate will be automatically generated.
If you omit this variable, the server will be exposed using a not encrypted HTTP connection.
When the server is up and running, the following endpoints are available:
POST https://example.com/.well-known/mercure: to publish updates
GET https://example.com/.well-known/mercure: to subscribe to updates
See the protocol for further informations.
To compile the development version and register the demo page, see ../../CONTRIBUTING.md.
A Docker image is available on Docker Hub. The following command is enough to get a working server in demo mode:
docker run \ -e JWT_KEY='!ChangeMe!' -e DEMO=1 -e ALLOW_ANONYMOUS=1 -e CORS_ALLOWED_ORIGINS=* -e PUBLISH_ALLOWED_ORIGINS='http://localhost' \ -p 80:80 \ dunglas/mercure
The server, in demo mode, is available on
http://localhost. Anonymous subscribers are allowed.
In production, run:
docker run \ -e JWT_KEY='!ChangeMe!' -e ACME_HOSTS='example.com' \ -p 80:80 -p 443:443 \ dunglas/mercure
Be sure to update the value of
ACME_HOSTS to match your domain name(s), a Let's Encrypt TLS certificate will be automatically generated.
helm install stable/mercure
Mercure is available on the AUR, you can install it with your favorite AUR wrapper:
yaourt -S mercure
Or download the
PKGBUILD and compile and install it: