Several examples in the Binder examples repo and elsewhere demonstrate how to install and start notebook proxied services (for example, openrefineder, or the RStudio or stencila proxies).
Is there an example anywhere showing how to start and proxy a dockerised service within a Binder container?
For example, if I wanted to make use of something like https://github.com/chrismattmann/tika-python I’d need access to an Apache Tika service. Building such a service might be painful, but running a pre-built Tika container inside the Binder container would be much easier?
This also makes me wonder: repo2docker will build from my own Dockerfile in MyBinder, so could it also build from a docker-compose.yaml file? Or will that run the risk of spawning too many containers? Could I run docker-compose inside the Binder container?