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@igloosoftware/ig-deploy

0.5.3 • Public • Published


Igloo CLI

 

ig-deploy

Igloo CLI deploy module. Deploy integrations & themes for the Igloo Platform.

 

Setup

This module can be used in isolation. For developers looking to forgo using the Igloo CLI and create their own application structure, you can use this module to deploy your app.

Add it to your project as a dependency:

# OS X terminal or Windows Command Prompt 
npm install --save @igloosoftware/ig-deploy

Require it in your app:

const igDeploy = require('@igloosoftware/ig-deploy');

 

Config

const options = {
  credentials: {
    "account": "",
    "key": "",
    "url": "",
    "provider": ""
  },
  type: 'integration',
  distPath: 'path/to/my-app',
  tmpPath: 'path/to/tmp-folder',
  testRun: false
}
Key Type Usage Value
credentials Object Required Storage account details including: account name, auth key, url & provider.
type string Required Describes the type of asset - currently supported types include: integrations & themes.
distPath string Required Relative or absolute path to your production ready files.
tmpPath string Optional Defaults to your operating systems tmpdir. Optionally provide a path to your project temp folder.
testRun Boolean Optional Defaults to false. If true - runs the command but does not deploy/undeploy your asset in the provided storage provider.

 

Available Commands

Deploy

This publishes your project to the provided third-party storage provider. Based on the type parameter, it will publish to associated container. For example, type: 'integration' would expect the container integrations to exist.

const igDeploy = require('@igloosoftware/ig-deploy');
const credentials = require('../path/to/credentials.json');
 
const options = {
  credentials: credentials,
  type: 'integration',
  distPath: './path/to/dist'
}
 
igDeploy.deploy(options);

Undeploy

This will remove your project from the provided third-party storage provider. It will remove it (based on the provided descriptor id) from the manifest JSON file in the root of the container. It does not however remove the package files, this would require manual deletion through your provider's portal. Different from deploy, you need to pass the id of our asset. Example implementation below where we require the path to the descriptor JSON file.

const igDeploy = require('@igloosoftware/ig-deploy');
const credentials = require('../path/to/credentials.json');
const descriptor = require('../path/to/dist/integration.json');
 
const options = {
  credentials: credentials,
  type: 'integration',
  id: descriptor.id,
  distPath: './path/to/dist'
}
 
igDeploy.undeploy(options);
Key Type Usage Value
id string Required Required only when undeploying an asset. used to select the manifest object to be removed.

Validate

This function is invoked as part of deploy, and helps ensure what you're publishing matches the signatures that the Igloo platform expects. It will validate the following:

  • that the provided type parameter is supported. Currently we support integrations & themes
  • that your projects folder structure is correct. Read more about folder structure for each type below.
  • the descriptor JSON file matches the required fields. Read more about descriptors for each type below.

the Validate command is also available on its own, but only requires a sub-set of the original options object:

const igDeploy = require('@igloosoftware/ig-deploy');
 
igDeploy.validate({
  type: 'integration',
  distPath: 'path/to/dist'
});

 


 

Integrations

Folder Structure

This folder is specified in the options object via distPath. It must contain the follow 4 files:

## Your dist folder 
integration.json
content.html
thumbnail.png
thumbnailx2.png
File Dimensions
thumbnail.png 64x64px
thumbnailx2.png 128x128px

Descriptor

integration.json

The following is an example descriptor, which must exist in your distPath. This file must be called integration.json:

{
  "version": "0.0.1",
  "id": "",
  "name": "",
  "description": "",
  "vendorName": "",
  "categories": [],
  "published": "",
  "groups": [],
  "userConfig": []
}
Key Type Usage Value
version string Required The version of your application.
id string Required Unique identifier for your application. Used when interfacing with an Igloo community.
name string Required The user facing label for your application in an Igloo community.
description string Required Meant to provide additional useful information about your application.
vendorName string Required The name of the service/organization your application integrates with. For example: Google Calendar, Salesforce, Zendesk etc.
categories Array Optional Optionally include an array of category strings to group your applications with others on the administration side of an Igloo community.
published string Optional A datetime stamp when your application was published.
groups Array Optional An array of objects describing groups to organize your applications userConfig options. More details below.
userConfig Array Optional An array of objects describing the configuration options you can surface to the end user. More details below.

Descriptor - groups Array

The groups property is represented as an array of objects. Each object represents a group heading that can be used to create logical separation for larger lists of userConfig options. These groups name property must match at least one userConfig options group property in order to be displayed to the user.

{
  "name": "group-one",
  "label": "Group One",
  "collapse": false
}
Key Type Usage Value
name string Required Unique identifier for your group header. Match this property value with the group property on a userConfig option.
label string Required The user facing name of your group header.
collapse boolean Optional Defaults to false. Optionally set to true to turn the group header into a collapsable section in the user facing widget config.

Descriptor - userConfig Array

The userConfig property is represented as an array of objects. Each object represents a user configurable option for your integration. Below are the 4 supported types:

Number
{
  "name": "intParam",
  "label": "Number",
  "type": "number",
  "default": 4,
  "description": "I'm a number"
}
Text
{
  "name": "textParam",
  "label": "Text",
  "type": "text",
  "default": "this is some text",
  "description": "This is a text input"
}
Boolean
{
  "name": "boolParam",
  "label": "Boolean",
  "type": "boolean",
  "default": true,
  "description": "Boolean setting"
}
Choice
{
  "name": "optionParam",
  "label": "Options",
  "type": "choice",
  "default": "green",
  "description": "Some options to choose from",
  "choices": [{
    "value": "blue",
    "description": "Blue"
  }, {
    "value": "green",
    "description": "Green"
  }, {
    "value": "red",
    "description": "Red"
  }]
}
Key Type Usage Value
name string Required Unique identifier for the input.
label string Required User-friendly name used to describe the input to the user.
type string Required Must match 1 of 4 available types shown above: number, text, boolean, choice.
default string Required A default value for the input. Must match the option type.
description string Optional Optionally include additional information describing the input. Displayed as help text to the user, next to the input.
required boolean Optional Defaults to true. If set to false, the input will be included in an "Additional Options" menu to the user.
group string Optional Optionally group the input with others in the user facing widget config.

 

Themes

Folder Structure

This folder is specified in the options object via distPath. It must contain, at minimum, the following 3 files:

## Your dist folder 
theme.json
css/theme.css
thumbnail.png

Descriptor

theme.json

The following is an example descriptor, which must exist in your distPath. This file must be called theme.json:

{
  "version": "0.0.1",
  "id": "",
  "theme": "",
  "author": "",
  "date": "",
  "external": {
    "js": [],
    "css": []
  },
  "internal": {
    "js": [],
    "css": ["theme.css"]
  }
}

Descriptor - Required Properties

Not all properties in the example above are required when publishing a theme. Below is an example of the minimal requirement:

{
  "version": "0.0.1",
  "id": "my-theme",
  "theme": "My Theme",
  "internal": {
    "css": ["theme.css"]
  }
}

Descriptor - External Dependencies

When publishing a theme, you have the option of including external dependencies via the external object. This accepts URL's to both js & css files:

{
  "external": {
    "js": [
      "https://yoursuperawesomejslibrary.com/too-cool.min.js"
    ],
    "css": [
      "https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/font-awesome/4.4.0/css/font-awesome.min.css"
    ]
  }
}

Descriptor - Internal Dependencies

Additionally to the required css/theme.css file, you can include project specific JavaScript files:

{
  "internal": {
    "js": [
      "js/theme.min.js"
    ],
    "css": [
      "css/theme.css"
    ]
  }
}

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