This page covers our open source deployment, which is available under a MIT license, without guarantee. For most use cases, we recommend using TableFlow Cloud.

👩‍💻 Deploy locally

You can run TableFlow locally with Docker:

git clone
cd tableflow
cp .env.example .env
docker-compose up -d

Then open http://localhost:3000 to access TableFlow.

🤖 Deploy to AWS EC2

Important notes:

  1. Make sure the server you use is only accessible within your VPC
  2. Make sure your local machine is able to connect to the server on ports 3000 (the web server)
  3. Update your network settings to allow port 3001 (the importer iframe) and 3003 (the API server) to be accessible from where your users will import data, most likely public
  4. Update TABLEFLOW_WEB_APP_URL and TABLEFLOW_WEB_IMPORTER_URL in your .env.example file with the correct URLs where you’ll access the web applications from

One-line install script (for Amazon Linux):

sudo yum update -y && \
sudo yum install -y docker git && \
sudo service docker start && \
sudo usermod -a -G docker $USER && \
sudo wget -O /usr/local/bin/docker-compose$(uname -s)-$(uname -m) && \
sudo mv /usr/local/bin/docker-compose /usr/bin/docker-compose && \
sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/docker-compose && \
mkdir tableflow && cd tableflow && \
wget{.env.example,docker-compose.yml,docker-compose.base.yml} && \
mv .env.example .env && \
sg docker -c 'docker-compose up -d'