Origami Service Makefile
Common tools for building and running Origami services.
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Origami Service Makefile provides a set of common tools that are required for building and running Origami services. To use the Makefile, copy the
boilerplate.mk file to the root of your repo and name it
curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Financial-Times/origami-service-makefile/master/boilerplate.mk > Makefile
Now install this module and save it to your
npm install --save @financial-times/origami-service-makefile
You should now be able to run the following commands:
make install # Install application dependencies make verify # Verify code using static analysis make test # Run unit and integration tests make run # Run the application as if in production make run-dev # Run the application and restart when files change make deploy # Deploy the application to QA make release # Run required tasks before a release goes live make promote # Promote a QA deploy to production make auto-version # Auto-version the repo and create a GitHub release make cmdb-update # Update CMDB endpoints for the application make release-log # Create a release log for the application in Salesforce make grafana-pull # Pull changes from the Grafana dashboard make grafana-push # Push changes to the Grafana dashboard
The Origami Service Makefile can be configured with [environment variables] either in an extending Makefiles or externally. Some configurations are required to never be committed for security reasons, these have been separated below.
These configurations are safe to include in your extending
Makefile, and should be kept there to avoid repetition of their values:
SERVICE_NAME: The human readable name for this service, used in many of the tasks. E.g.
Origami Image Service
SERVICE_SYSTEM_CODE: The system code for this service, used in many of the tasks. E.g.
SERVICE_SALESFORCE_ID: The Salesforce ID associated with this service, used to create release logs
HEROKU_APP_QA: The Heroku application ID for QA. E.g.
HEROKU_APP_EU: The Heroku application ID for production EU. E.g.
HEROKU_APP_US: The Heroku application ID for production US. E.g.
EXPECTED_COVERAGE: A number indicating the expected code coverage of the application's unit tests. Defaults to
INTEGRATION_TIMEOUT: The time in milliseconds that each integration test is allowed to run for. Defaults to
INTEGRATION_SLOW: The time in milliseconds at which each integration test is considered slow. Defaults to
INTEGRATION_FLAGS: Any additional flags that must be passed to
mochawhen running the integration tests.
REGION: The region the application is running in, used in release logs and determining which release tasks are required. One of
RELEASE_LOG_ENVIRONMENT: The Salesforce environment to include in release logs. One of
GRAFANA_DASHBOARD: The Grafana dashboard ID for the application
GITHUB_RELEASE_REPO: The GitHub repository in
owner/nameformat. This is used for auto-versioning
These configurations must never appear in your source code, and so should be set in CI, or Heroku, or an
.env file locally:
CMDB_API_KEY: The API key to use when performing CMDB operations
RELEASE_LOG_API_KEY: The change request API key to use when creating and closing release logs
GRAFANA_API_KEY: The API key to use when performing Grafana operations
GITHUB_RELEASE_USER: The user who will create releases on GitHub for repositories which use the auto-version task. This user must have write access to
GITHUB_RELEASE_TOKEN: A token for
This software is published by the Financial Times under the MIT licence.