Hi Interface Builders,
The investment in Continuous Integration (CI) and automation continues in order to help scale the resource and quality of the Hue project. This past year saw a lot of improvements with an integrated commit flow and adding series of link checking automatically run by Circle CI.
npm run check-license
Which is then easily integrated into the Hue CI:
- run: name: run npm license checker command: | cd /usr/share/hue npm run check-license
It is good practice to not ship any release artifact containing full file paths of the build machine. This helps guarantee that the artifacts are portable and do not leak unnessary information.
Hue already leverages the removeNPMAbsolutePaths script but somehow this one was missing paths introduced by Vue.js. A short additional check check-absolute-paths was recently added to take care of the issue.
npm run check-absolute-paths
And it was also added in the CI:
- run: name: run npm absolute path detection command: | cd /usr/share/hue npm run check-absolute-paths
And that's it, more development time is saved for later!
What is your favorite CI process? Any feedback? Feel free to comment here or on @gethue!
Johan & Romain from the Hue Team