The following three source methods are supported by the Tin application.
After selecting the source, you will be taken to the General page of the build process. Depending on the source and build mode, there are differences in what needs to be filled in.
When the source is Git Repo, the following is required：
When the source is Docker Image, the following is required：
When the source is Manually input Dockerfile, the following is required：
After completing the above operations, click "Build" to enter the auto-build page, where you can view the build log, terminate the build process or rebuild.
Note: There is no build page when the source is a Docker Image.
When the build is completed, it will jump to the Runtime page, where you can:
Note: The Tin application built by Docker Compose can only be viewed in the runtime page, and no configurations can be modified.
Once the runtime page is set up, click the "Apply" button to complete the creation of the Tin application. After that, the system will automatically jump to the Tin details page, where you can view other information about the Tin application and launch it.