deploy-kit

3.5.0 • Public • Published

Deploy-kit

A nice deployment tool supports ftp and sftp. Used directly or with built-in plugins, such as webpack-plugin.

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yarn add deploy-kit --dev

Basic usage

const client = require('deploy-kit')
 
client.sftp({
  // sever account, address, port
  server: 'user:pwd@10.133.3.4:22',
  // deploy all files in the directory
  workspace: __dirname + '/dist',
  // ignore the matched files (glob pattern: https://github.com/isaacs/node-glob#glob-primer)
  // support array of glob pattern
  ignore: '**/*.map',
  // where the files are placed on the server
  deployTo: '/data1/htdocs/testapp',
  // you can specify different place for each file
  rules: [
    {
      test: /dist\/(.*)$/,
      // $1, $2... means the parenthesized substring matches
      // [$n] will be replaced with matched string
      dest: 'public/static/[$1]'
    },
    {
      test: /views\/((?:[^/]+\/)*?[^\/]+).html$/,
      dest: 'app/views/[$1].phtml'
    }
  ]
})
.exec()

or use ftp

client.ftp({
  ...
})
.exec()

options:

option type description
server string server info includes username, password, address, and port. e.g. user:pwd@10.113.8.5:22
workspace string deploy all files in the directory
ignore string or array of string ignore the matched files (glob pattern: https://github.com/isaacs/node-glob#glob-primer)
deployTo string where the files are placed.
rules array of rule rule use to speicify different place for each file. each rule has a test and a dest property.

about rule:

{
  test: /dist\/(.*)$/,
  // $1, $2... means the parenthesized substring matches
  // [$n] will be replaced with matched string
  dest: 'public/static/[$1]'
}

test property is a RegExp pattern, use to match specified file with realpath of the file. dest property is the custom filename of matched file. you can extract any part from realpath as a part of dest by parenthesis.

Command Line Interface(CLI)

$ ./bin/deploy-sftp --server user:pwd@server_address:port --ignore **/*.map ./dist /data1/htdocs/testapp
$ ./bin/deploy-ftp ...

cli options:


  Usage: deploy-sftp [options] [workspace] [deployTo]


  Options:

    -V, --version           output the version number
    -c, --config <path>     use configuration from this file
    -s, --server <address>  server account, address. (e.g. user:pwd@address:port)
    -i, --ignore <pattern>  ignore the matched files
    -h, --help              output usage information

  Examples:

    // use configuration from a file
    $ deploy-sftp --config deploy.js
    // deploy files in ./dist to /data1/htdocs/testapp on 10.13.1.2
    $ deploy-sftp -s user:pwd@10.13.1.2:22 --i *.map ./dist /data1/htdocs/testapp

  version: 3.1.0

using config file

You can use configuration file instead of cli args. Just create a deploy.js file in the root directory of your project and exports your configuration like this:

module.exports = {
  server: '',
  workspace: '',
  ignore: '',
  deployTo: '',
  rules: []
}

Runing directly without any arg.

$ ./bin/deploy-sftp

If you prefer to place the configuration file in another place, you can use -c, --config <path> option like this:

$ ./bin/deploy-sftp --config ./config/your_conf.js

Used with plugins

each plugin can called like this:

new DeployPlugin([config])

config is optional. if you omitted the config, Deploy-kit will automatic load the deploy.js from the process.cwd().

  • sftp-webpack-plugin
const DeployPlugin = require('deploy-kit/plugins/sftp-webpack-plugin')
 
// webpack configuration
moudle.exports = {
  ...
  plugins: [
    new DeployPlugin()
  ]
}

todos:

  • sftp-gulp-plugin
  • ftp-gulp-plugin
  • sftp-fis-plugin

How to write a plugin

todo

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npm i deploy-kit

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Version

3.5.0

License

MIT

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