21 November 2016

Introducing: Deployment to Google App Engine

Introducing: Deployment to Google App Engine

Following GCE action, we're expanding our Google integration further with deployments to the Google App Engine.

Google App Engine is a cloud platform for developing and hosting web applications in Google-managed data centers. Sanboxed and run across multiple servers, the apps in the Engine are automatically scaled with more resources being allocated to them should the number of requests increase.

20 November 2016

Introducing: .NET Core build action

Introducing: .NET Core build action

With .NET builds and Azure deployments already being available in Buddy for some time, we're happy to announce the .NET Core build action.

.NET Core is a cross-platform (Windows, MacOS, Linux) framework optimized for open-source development and flexible deployments, maintained by Microsoft and the .NET community on GitHub.

15 November 2016

Introducing: Buddy notifications

Introducing: Buddy notifications

The ticker notifications in Buddy has been deprecated and is no longer available. At the moment, only desktop notifications are enabled.

Buddy has a special feature that lets you track only what's important for you: following items. Whenever something happens in the item that you follow (repository or pipeline), a message will appear in the ticker menu:

3 November 2016

Buddy v1.4.4 Released

Buddy v1.4.4 Released

New features

  • Environment variables for projects and pipelines

Improvements

  • We've improved a couple of things in the recently released pipeline statistics, like chart roundings
  • The search engine has been optimized which resulted in some serious performance boost (yay!)
  • From now on the cache of the filesystem is cleared only once at the beginning of the execution, not before every build action
26 October 2016

Buddy v1.4.2 Released

Buddy v1.4.2 Released

New features

  • You can now deploy from private submodules via HTTP. We're going to add SSH support for private submodules in about two weeks
  • It's now possible to use headers to control cache duration for files uploaded to Amazon S3
  • You can now use both SSH and HTTP protocols to push files to the repository with the Git push action