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Build Node.js backend

Node.js Backend name: Node.js Backend repoFullName: Default Repository on: push: branches: – Default Branch jobs: build: runs-on: ubuntu-latest defaults: run: working-directory: $\{env.workDir} steps: – name: Checkout code uses: actions/checkout@v3 – name: Set up Node.js uses: actions/setup-node@v3 with: node-version: ’14’ – name: Install dependencies run: npm install – name: Run tests run: npm test Explanation: name:… Continue reading Build Node.js backend

Build Npm Publish Package

NPM Publish name: NPM Publish repoFullName: Default Repository on: push: branches: – Default Branch jobs: run-publish: runs-on: ubuntu-latest defaults: run: working-directory: $\{env.workDir} strategy: matrix: node-version: – 18.16.0 steps: – uses: actions/checkout@v3 name: Checkout code – uses: actions/setup-node@v3 name: Set up Node.js with: node-version: $\{ matrix.node-version } – name: Install dependencies run: npm install – name:… Continue reading Build Npm Publish Package

Build Next.js Application

Build Next.js Application name: Build Next.js Application repoFullName: Default Repository on: push: branches: – Default Branch jobs: run-deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-latest defaults: run: working-directory: $\{env.workDir} matrix: node-version: – 18.16.0 steps: – uses: actions/checkout@v3 name: Setup jobs with: fetch-depth: 0 – uses: actions/setup-node@v3 name: Setup environment with: node-version: – name: Install dependencies run: npm install –global yarn… Continue reading Build Next.js Application

Build React Application

Build React Application name: Build React Application repoFullName: Default Repository on push: branches: – Default Branch jobs: run-deploy: runs-on: ubuntu-lates defaults: run: working-directory: $\{env.workDir} strategy: matrix: node-version: – 18.16.0 steps: – uses: actions/checkout@v3 name: Setup jobs with: fetch-depth: 0 – uses: actions/setup-node@v3 name: Setup environment with: node-version: $\{ matrix.node-version } – name: Install dependencies run:… Continue reading Build React Application

Starter Pipeline

Starter Pipeline name: Starter Pipeline repoFullName: Default Repository on: push: branches: – Default Branch jobs: run-stater: runs-on: ubuntu-latest steps: – name: Build and Test run: echo “Your build and test goes here…” – name: Lint run: echo “Your linting goes here…” – name: Security scan run: echo “Your security scan goes here…” – name: Deployment… Continue reading Starter Pipeline

How does it works?

How does it works? OneTab employs a sophisticated CI/CD pipeline to automate the process of building, testing, and deploying software changes. The pipeline consists of several stages, each serving a specific purpose in ensuring the quality and reliability of the delivered code. Stages: Code Commit: Developers commit their code changes to the version control system… Continue reading How does it works?

Manage Pipeline

Manage Pipeline One CI/CD provides a user-friendly interface to perform various tasks related to pipeline management, including setting up jobs, defining environment configurations, managing dependencies, and configuring deployment settings. It also allows users to configure and manage the Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipeline for their projects in OneTab. Usage: Edit Pipeline: Users can… Continue reading Manage Pipeline

Setup onetab-cli

Install and Configure Package for One CI/CD Install and Initialise Package To install and initialise the onetab-cli package for One CI/CD, follow these steps: Step 1: Install the Package Use npm to install the onetab-cli package globally: npm install -g onetab-cli Step 2: Initialise the Package Initialise the onetab-cli npm package for your project to… Continue reading Setup onetab-cli

Create Pipeline

Create a One CI/CD Pipeline Step 1: Click on the “Setup Project” Button Once you’ve selected the project, click on the “Setup Project” button to begin setting up the CI/CD pipeline. Step 2: Create Pipeline You’ll be redirected to the Create Pipeline page. Here, you’ll need to select the branch from your repository that you… Continue reading Create Pipeline

Setup Repository

Setting Up a Repository Step 1: Navigate to Repositories Page After configuring your GitHub account, navigate to the repositories page in the One CI/CD dashboard. Here, you can select the project you’d like to set up a pipeline for. Step 2: Configure OneTab App In the case of Repository not appearing in the list, you… Continue reading Setup Repository