Satis composer repository manager with a Web UI

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Satis Composer repository manager with a simple web UI.

Satis: list composer repositories Satis: add a new composer repository Satis: update an existing composer repository


Satisfy provides:

  • a Web UI: A CRUD to manage your satis configuration file
  • a simple security layer with a login form
  • a webhook endpoints for the most popular version control systems
  • Satis itself

Satisfy ease your satis configuration management. It provides a simple web UI over Satis to avoid a hand-editing of the satis.json configuration file. All repositories from a composer.lock file can also be imported via upload.

How it works?

Basically, it just reads/writes the satis.json file and provides a web CRUD.

  • On each HTTP request, the satis.json is loaded.
  • If a write occurs in this file, a backup is made in var/satis/



  • Clone project git clone
  • Download composer wget
  • Install php composer.phar install -n

Satis configuration

By default, the satis.json file is expected at the project root, but You can set another path under the parameter satis_filename.

Application configuration

  • Customize app/config/parameters.yml according to your needs.


You can restrict the access setting admin.auth parameter (in app/config/parameters.yml) to true. Set authorized users in admin.users config array.

Run Satisfy

Create a web server pointing to the public directory. Browse to »/admin/« to manage the satis.json. To serve the package.json it is required to run Satis first.

Satis packages definition generation

Since Satisfy does only manages the Satis configuration file, it is necessary to build the package definitions using Satis.

A bin shortcut to Satis is already included in Satisfy, so run the following command to generate the files in the web folder.

./bin/satis build

Automatically build a single package using WebHooks

For example, you can trigger a package generation for your BitBucket project by setting up a BitBucket webhook to connect back to [your-satis-url]/webhook/bitbucket every time you do a code push. This is more efficient than doing a full build and avoids you having to run full builds on a frequent schedule or logging in to the admin interface just to force a build.

Prebuilt docker image

You can run satisfy using prebuilt docker image. Here is an example how to setup it.

  1. Create dir for configuration files
  2. Add parameters.yml file, can be copied from config/parameters.yml.dist
  3. Add auth.json with all required composer authentication tokens
  4. Add simple satis.json with basic information
  5. Add nginx dir with site configuration templates
  6. Create docker-compose.yml using example below
  7. Start containers docker-compose up
  8. Access container shell docker-compose exec php bash
  9. Run initial build ./bin/satis build
  10. Open satis page on http://localhost:8000
version: '3'
      - ./satis.json:/var/www/satisfy/satis.json
      - ./parameters.yml:/var/www/satisfy/config/parameters.yml
      - ./auth.json:/var/www/.composer/auth.json:ro
      - /var/www/satisfy
      APP_ENV: ${APP_ENV:-dev}
      APP_DEBUG: ${APP_DEBUG:-1}

    image: nginx:1.22-alpine
      - "${APP_PORT:-8000}:80"
      - ./nginx:/etc/nginx/templates
      - php:ro
      - PHP_SERVICE_NAME=php
      - php



Satisfy is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details