1 February 2017

Introducing: Heroku CLI

Introducing: Heroku CLI
Heroku is a PaaS that enables developers to operate applications directly in the cloud. The Apps are run in fully managed runtime environments, with the infrastructure — configuration, orchestration, load balancing, security, etc. — handled entirely by the platform.
31 January 2017

New action: Webpack

New action: Webpack

Tidy up your code with the Webpack module bundler! Webpack is a JavaScript bundler which helps manage modules with dependencies and transform them into static assets

Webpack is a JavaScript bundler which helps manage modules with dependencies and transform them into static assets. Easy-to-use and incredibly configurable, it creates a graph of the app's dependencies so that you know what can be bundled and in what order.

25 January 2017

Introducing: Atomic deployments

Introducing: Atomic deployments

We're thrilled to announce that atomic deployments are now available in Buddy!

What are atomic deployments

The aim of atomic deployments is to eliminate the maintenance window so that your app is always available to the user. Derived from the database lingo, the concept of atomicity means a deployment that has either been executed completely or not executed at all, leaving no trace to the working code on the server. This means that your live website will only be updated once the deploy has finished successfully.

18 January 2017

New action: Haskell

New action: Haskell

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.