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Minimal blog about IT

Build your onw GitHub Action

2020-03-26 7 min read 3sky
Welcome Sometimes age I started using GitHub Actions. It’s fast, simple, easy to configure. There isn’t a lot of fancy configuration options like for example in Jenkins, but if someone has neat, container-based pipelines, Actions are worth considering CI/CD system. But what this Actions really mean? Actions are mostly community written code that is responsible for activities like, pushing image, sending the notification, checking source code. There are two options for developers: Bash and JavaScript. Continue reading

Clojure app on Google Cloud Run

2020-03-18 10 min read 3sky
Welcome I want to create a small pipeline based on GCP Run and GitHub Action. Also increasing skills while #statathome is the best possible solution for spending time. Let’s make some real stuff. Tools used in this episode Google Cloud Platform Terraform Docker Clojure Github Action Google Cloud Platform Why Google Cloud Platform I like Web GUI, command-line tools, GKE. I also have some credits to use. Cloud Run is very nice and cheap for a one-docker small app. Continue reading

Continuous integration/testing for static blog

2020-03-10 5 min read 3sky
Welcome In a previous post, I created a static blog with a basic CD. Now I need to add some CI. Continuous Integration (CI) is a development practice that requires developers to integrate code into a shared repository several times a day. Each check-in is then verified by an automated build, allowing teams to detect problems early. Why it’s mandatory? Because of my grammar errors, formatting errors, and general errors. Nobody wants to have typos, broken markdown content on the official blog page. Continue reading

Continuous delivery for static blog

2020-03-01 7 min read 3sky
Welcome I’m still writing about my blog, just ordinary auto-promotion. However, I’ll try to make this particular article useful even in a different context than blogs. The next few lines will be dedicated to continuous delivery (without continuous integration/testing). As I showed in previous issues manual work is easy and in some case fast. Unfortunately, it’s also boring, prone to errors and time-consuming. How to achieve good results without self-hosted CI servers, expensive solution or custom scripts on VPS? Continue reading