Conan: The Deployer
Conan.js is a framework for developing barbarically simple, unobtrusive deployment systems of any kind. Its plugin-based architecture helps to break down complex deployment strategies into simple steps which can be run one after the other or in parallel.
The codebase is 100% tested on a continuous integration, quality control, and dependency management platform to protect against errors and bugs, and to make integration of new features as seamless as possible.
Usage / Available Plugins
Conan.js doesn't do anything itself except load plugins and provide a framework for developing deployment systems. Instructions for each plugin are available on their homepages:
- AWS Lambda
- Deploy lambdas to AWS without changing the way you code.
- Simplify lambda development and testing with class-based lambdas.
- AWS API Gateway
- Easily deploy complicated APIs which route to your lambdas just the way you
- Refer to Lambdas by name; no need to fumble with Amazon Resource Names.
Writing Custom Plugins
- Check out the Conan.js developers guide to learn about writing a Conan.js Plugin from scratch.
- More plugins will become available as time and developers become available to join the project.
- Please contact our team lead by clicking here to discuss expedition of any plugins or features.
Dev Team Roadmap
- Refactor the steps system to use classes instead of functions, for easier testing, portability, and reusability.
- Improve documentation for plugin developers.
- Introduce a command line component system so that plugins can get automatic CLIs.
See the releases page for a changelog.
How To Contribute
To contribute to the core Conan.js repository, you will need a firm understanding of:
- linting with
- babel & transpiling
In order for a pull request to be accepted:
- All tests must pass.
- All tests must be meaningful.
- There must be 100% coverage for