In this article I will show how to continuously deploy your node express app on Heroku cloud platform using Travis CI.
“Travis CI is a hosted, distributed continuous integration service used to build and test software projects…” — Wikipedia
Create a file named ‘.travis.yml’ in the root folder. Submit this file to GitHub as well
In this article I will show how to host React web app on Azure cloud platform. We will create new test React web app from scratch, will build it, then will create in Azure new Resource group and App service and after that will transfer our React web app there. Before to start ensure that you have working Azure account with valid subscription.
First of all we need to build our React application. run the following command in your terminal
npm run build
It will create ready for deployment build subfolder and will copy web app files there.
Usually, when I start a new Node.js project I use npm to generate my initial project.
When I was asked for the details of the application (name, version, etc.), just enter default values.
Then, Npm will create a package.json that will hold the dependencies of the app. Let’s add the Express Framework as the first dependency
$ npm install express --save
The file should look like this now:
"test": "echo \"Error: no test specified\" && exit 1"
"express": "^4.15.2" …
Few days ago, I was looking for an easy way to setup openMRS server. then i found the openMRS SDK.
And then the first thing i do is installed ubuntu to my personal laptop.
you can install those application by visting the links below
After installing those applications, follow the 5 steps below
The first thing you need to do is…
Today i have come up with topic of deploying the react application on GitHub Pages by using the concept of Github Actions to define CI CD in GitHub.
From your project folder, start by creating a new directory to hold the.
yml file. This file will hold the configuration for our
GitHub Actions. You have to create this file using this path.
Let’s take a look at the structure of your new React app:
We’re going to be using the command line on your local machine to build your first React app. To do this, you’re going to have to install Nodejs, and a few libraries, if you don’t already have them.
React also has a huge and active worldwide community and support from Facebook, making it a reliable choice for developers wondering where to invest their time.
In this course we’ll learn about the basics of writing an application in React, and create a simple application that allows users…
You can find more than 1 Million packages there. ( Yeah, I agree all of them are not useful 😉 )
We can install/download Packages like react, express, lodash etc into our projects very easily from the npmjs package repository with just one command.
Such as -
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