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The downloads on this page contain a special release of Chain Core Developer Edition that includes the Ivy Playground.

Install Chain Core with Ivy Playground

Choose operating system

Download Mac app

Download and run the Chain Core app.

Download App

Download Windows installer

Download and run the Chain Core installer. After installation, open the Start menu and run Chain Core.

Download Installer


or

Install with Docker

Install Docker for Windows and run the following command. Docker will automatically download and run Chain Core.

Running Chain Core in a Docker container requires API and Dashboard authentication. Once the Chain Core container has been initialized, a client access token will be displayed in the console. You can use this access token to authenticate to the API and Dashboard.

Create a container from the latest Docker image

            docker create -t -p 1999:1999 chaincore/developer:ivy-latest
          

Run your container

Copy the container ID returned from the last command. You can use this to start or stop this container at a future date.

            docker start -i <CONTAINER_ID>
          

(Don't forget to also copy your client token the first time you start your container).

Visit dashboard

            open http://localhost:1999
          

Configure port forwarding (Windows 7, 8, 8.1)

Systems running Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 are unable to run the latest version of Docker (Docker for Windows). Instead, these systems run Docker Toolbox, which utilizes VirtualBox. Therefore, in order to access the Chain Core container through localhost, you must first configure VirtualBox port forwarding to properly route the requests.

If you are running the latest version of Docker on Windows 10, you can skip this step.

Install with Docker

Install Docker for Linux and run the following command. Docker will automatically download and run Chain Core.

Running Chain Core in a Docker container requires API and Dashboard authentication. Once the Chain Core container has been initialized, a client access token will be displayed in the console. You can use this access token to authenticate to the API and Dashboard.

Create a container from the latest Docker image

            docker create -t -p 1999:1999 chaincore/developer:ivy-latest
          

Run your container

Copy the container ID returned from the last command. You can use this to start or stop this container at a future date.

            docker start -i <CONTAINER_ID>
          

(Don't forget to also copy your client token the first time you start your container).

Visit dashboard

            open http://localhost:1999