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vue-cli-plugin-s3-deploy

3.0.0 • Public • Published

s3-deploy for vue-cli

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This vue-cli plugin aims to make it easier to deploy a built Vue.js app to an S3 bucket.

Supports:

  • Custom AWS regions
  • Support for AWS credential profiles and authentication via AWS environment variables
  • Support for S3 static site hosting
  • Concurrent uploads for improved deploy times
  • CloudFront distribution invalidation
  • Correct Cache-Control metadata for use with PWAs and Service Workers
  • Configurable paths for multiple Vue apps in a single bucket

Prerequisites

You must have a set of valid AWS credentials set up on your system.

Installation

yarn add vue-cli-plugin-s3-deploy

Usage

After installation, invoke the plugin with vue invoke s3-deploy.

Answer the configuration prompts. This will inject a deploy script command into your package.json file.

Deploy your app with yarn deploy.

Options

Options are set in vue.config.js and overridden on a per-environment basis by .env, .env.staging, .env.production, etc.

{
    awsProfile: "Specifies the credentials profile to use. For env vars, omit or set to 'default'. (default: default)",
    region: "AWS region for the specified bucket (default: us-east-1)",
    bucket: "The S3 bucket name (required)",
    createBucket: "Create the bucket if it doesn't exist (default: false)",
    staticHosting: "Enable S3 static site hosting (default: false)",
    staticIndexPage: "Sets the default index file (default: index.html)",
    staticErrorPage: "Sets the default error file (default: error.html)",
    assetPath: "The path to the built assets (default: dist)",
    assetMatch: "Regex matcher for asset to deploy (default: **)"
    deployPath: "Path to deploy the app in the bucket (default: /)",
    acl: "Access control list permissions to apply in S3 (default: public-read)",
    uploadConcurrency: "The number of concurrent uploads to S3 (default: 3)",
    pwa: "Sets max-age=0 for the PWA-related files specified (default: false)",
    pwaFiles: "Comma-separated list of files to treat as PWA files",
    enableCloudfront: "Enables support for Cloudfront distribution invalidation (default: false)",
    cloudfrontId: "The ID of the distribution to invalidate",
    cloudfrontMatchers: "A comma-separated list of paths to invalidate (default: /*)",
    uploadConcurrency: "Number of concurrent uploads (default: 5)"
}

The pwa option is meant to help make deploying progressive web apps a little easier. Due to the way service workers interact with caching, this option alone will tell the browser to not cache the service-worker.js file by default. This ensures that changes made to the service worker are reflected as quickly as possible.

You can specify which files aren't cached by setting a value for the pwaFiles option:

{
    pwaFiles: "index.html,dont-cache.css,not-this.js"
}

Per-Environment Overrides

Deployment options can be overridden with .env files to support development, staging, and production deployment environments.

The .env file options are, with examples:

VUE_APP_S3D_AWS_PROFILE=stagingadmin
VUE_APP_S3D_REGION=staging-aws-east-1
VUE_APP_S3D_BUCKET=staging-bucket
VUE_APP_S3D_CREATE_BUCKET=true
VUE_APP_S3D_UPLOAD_CONCURRENCY=5
 
VUE_APP_S3D_STATIC_HOSTING=true
VUE_APP_S3D_STATIC_INDEX_PAGE=index.html
VUE_APP_S3D_STATIC_ERROR_PAGE=error.html
 
VUE_APP_S3D_ASSET_PATH=dist/staging
VUE_APP_S3D_ASSET_MATCH=**
VUE_APP_S3D_DEPLOY_PATH=/app-staging
VUE_APP_S3D_ACL=public-read
 
VUE_APP_S3D_PWA=true
VUE_APP_S3D_PWA_FILES=service-worker-stage.js,index.html
 
VUE_APP_S3D_ENABLE_CLOUDFRONT=true
VUE_APP_S3D_CLOUDFRONT_ID=AIXXXXXXXX
VUE_APP_S3D_CLOUDFRONT_MATCHERS=/index.html,/styles/*.css,/*.png

These options OVERRIDE the config options set in vue.config.js and should be used to customize a default set of options. A common use case is only overriding VUE_APP_S3D_BUCKET for production deployment.

Specifying AWS Credentials

The AWS SDK will pick up the specified credentials from your ~/.aws/credentials file and from the environment variables AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID, AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY, and AWS_SESSION_TOKEN.

To specify credentials other than default in ~/.aws/credentials, re-run vue invoke s3-deploy and select a different profile.

Changelog

3.0.0

  • Added support for S3 static site hosting configuration and setup
  • Corrected some Windows related bugs
  • Added pluginVersion to the configuration. This prompts users to re-invoke the vue invoke.
  • Bumped major version due to incompatibilities in the configuration options.

2.1.1

  • Rollback crendential selection via awsProfile. The SDK supports this via the AWS_PROFILE environment variable.

2.1

  • Added deployPath option. Allows you to deploy to folder in the bucket, not always to the root. Fixes #15.
  • Added awsProfile for using AWS credentials other than default. Fixes #19.
  • Fixed #12: paths were built naively and broke deployment on Windows platforms.

v2.0.2

  • Fixed bug where deployment crashes if you declined Cloudfront on initial invocation.

v2.0.0

  • Added support for invalidating Cloudfront distributions on deploy.
  • Refactored how the configuration is stored and brought it more inline with vue cli standards. All config is in vue.config.js now.
  • Updated the dependency on vue-cli to 3.0.0-rc3
  • Squashed a few bugs along the way

v1.3

  • Added support for .env files and per-environment options

v1.2

  • Added parallel uploading

v1.1

  • Initial Release

Contributing

Contributions welcome. Just open a pull request.

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npm i vue-cli-plugin-s3-deploy

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