As the next part of the ongoing transition to Buddy 2.0, this week we released a completely revamped integrations view. Here's what's been changed:
- New view of integration list with categories and more details
- New view of adding and editing integrations
- New permissions in integrations (Admin in project and Group in project)
Below we break down each point into details.
- New integration scopes: Admin in project and Group in project
- [Buddy 2.0] Redesigned integrations and webhooks
- It is now possible to set the list of projects in webhooks
- It is now possible to set the name of the webhook
- You can now set the name of Rackspace, Telegram and Cloudflare integrations
- [Helm] 2.x.x versions were not working properly - fixed
- [Sandboxes] When recreating a sandbox from a snapshot, routing was not added properly - fixed
On Tuesday, December 15, Raphael and I ran our second webinar on the official Buddy YouTube Channel followed by a Q&A section. This time we focused on WordPress delivery automation and presented five rules that will help you deliver better quality themes, plug-ins, and WordPress websites much faster.
- HTTP Request now supports file upload
- [Amazon Web Services] Fixed a bug with adding a build action with AWS ECR registryr
- [Pass arguments] Fix a bug with variable-type trigger condition not working if there already was a variable with the same name defined in the action
- [REST API] Fixed a bug with Basic Authorization not working when fetching the access token to the REST API
- [Windows build] Fixed a bug with
.exefiles not synchronizing in the filesystem
- [Netlify] Fixed a bug with the action not listing pages from all accounts
On December 15, 2020, at 17:00 UTC we're going to held our second webinar on Buddy's features. The webinar will be focused on WordPress delivery and will help you build and deploy WP like a true DevOps professional. We are going to show you how to automate the following tasks:
- Tests (SCSS linting, JS linting, PHP linting, unit tests)
- Builds (CSS compilation, image compression)
- Visual tests with sandboxes
- Deployment to server
- Backup and monitoring
⏱ Click to fill the registration form and secure your spot at the webinar. Hurry up as the number of seats is limited!
🗓 You will receive the exact hour and URL to the event in a separate email after registering.
- You can now check what exactly occupies space in the pipeline cache. At the moment the feature is restricted to logs of executions that exceeded the space limit
- Fixed a bug with the Themekit CLI action failing during tools installation
- Folder management settings are now properly hidden from users without admin permissions
- All scheduled data fetch from repository, pipeline filesystem and sandbox filesystem are now displayed on the Activity screen. Clicking the event once it's over will let you download the package for a limited time
- [YAML] Added support for workers in pipelines
- Added trigger conditions for Create sandbox snapshot
- Changing the repository provider for projects hosted on GitHub with pull requests turned on no longer breaks synchronization
- Users with more that one email address provided in
my-idcan now successfully accept invitations to new workspaces
Until now Buddy only supported Linux workers. Building .NET applications was only possible through Mono, an open-source implementation of Microsoft's .NET framework. However, this solution, although the only one possible on this type of architecture (excluding .NET Core), was far from perfect, as the build environment was still emulated and not native.
And so it happened: last week we added support for Windows workers (Windows Data Center)! We are super excited about it as it opens Buddy for a completely new ecosystem of developers. It also adds new challenges for our team – as always we are looking forward to you helping us fine-tune the feature so that it meets the high standards of Microsoft developers.