Deploying web stuff, and the tools used to do so. Development, Staging, Production.

Travel site Improvements

Posted by on January 4, 2020 in Course, Deployment, Development, Learning

I originally worked about 3 years ago on the Travel site static web page as part of the Git Modern Development Workflow course. The course was updated to remove some unnecessary, bloated or outdated packages. Other improvements also including removing the use of the Gulp task and workflow manager and replacing it entirely with the […]

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Atomic Site Deployment

Posted by on May 17, 2018 in Deployment, Learning, Scripting

As mentioned in previous posts, I am using Buddy Works as my deployment tool for THIS site. The default behavior of the deployment pipeline is to update directly to the live site – file by file. This did not sit well with me. What happens if someone tries to access mid-way through the update? And what happens […]

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LIVE site is UP

Posted by on February 18, 2018 in Deployment

My LIVE site is finally up! You are probably seeing this post from My Portfolio URL I have tidied up my About page and added a link to my Resume. From a development perspective, I now have my deployment paths setup for Development, Staging and LIVE sites setup. I still want to improve on the […]

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Development Site is UP

Posted by on February 11, 2018 in Deployment, Learning

So I have done a fair bit since my last post, and not so much ;P The following is what I have been doing and have achieved: Created an account with Buddy Works , which is a site deployment tool, and setup a “Pipeline” to release this site as a “in development” version. This was after long […]

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Almost there

Posted by on February 4, 2018 in Deployment, Wordpress

Well my portfolio website is almost ready for launch. I am just doing some house-keeping on the site code, and removing the dummy content I was using for testing. Also cleaning up code that I am no longer using. At this stage I think I will launch the site, and then slowly add the references […]

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