- Atomic deployments
In response to your requests, the Haskell language is now offically supported by Buddy
Haskell is a purely functional language with no statements or instructions, widely used in academics and industry. Often used as a compiler, its implementations include anti-spam programs, cryptography algorithm verification, military AI, backend infrastructure analysis, and other fields where functional programming is recommended.
From now on commits, branches and merge requests in your Buddy workspace are labeled with statuses generated on the basis of the last execution.
For example, if you have a wildcard-based pipeline configured to run on push to any branch, you will see:
It's been a year since we launched Buddy and, oh boy, what a year it was! Below you will find a recap of 2016 that will show you how the service evolved month by month, feature by feature.
We're pleased to announce that Angular CLI is now available from the action list.
We're happy to announce you can now build and push your Docker images to the Amazon EC2 Container Registry.
Amazon ECR is a Docker container registry where developers can store, manage and deploy Docker container images. Integrated with AWS EC2 Container Service, the ECR simplifies the development-to-production workflow without the need to manage and scale the underlying infrastructure.
We're pleased to announce that Buddy now features a dedicated Gulp action.
Gulp is a Node stream build system that lets developers automate tasks such as bundling and minifying libraries and stylesheets, or running unit tests and code analysis.
We're pleased to announce that Grunt JS is now available from the Buddy's official action palette.
Grunt is a popular task runner that you can use to automate front-end and JS workflow tasks: compile and minify SASS code, concatenate files, reload a static page upon a change to HTML/CSS, or compress images without disturbing their quality.