New action: Gulp

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.

New action: Grunt

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.

New action: Ember CLI

We’re happy to announce that Buddy has received the dedicated action for Ember CLI.

Ember CLI is the Command Line Utility for Ember.js, a popular JavaScript framework with LESS, Sass and ES6 syntax support that you can use to minify JS & CSS files.

Buddy v1.4.12 Released

New features

  • Static site generators: Jekyll, Hugo, Hexo & Middleman
  • New build actions: Meteor and .NET Core
  • Deployment to Google App Engine
  • Support for builds and deployments from private SSH submodules

Introducing: Static site generators (Jekyll, Hexo, Hugo, Middleman)

In response to demand from the web development community we’re happy to bring you a series of build actions for popular static site generators:

  • Jekyll - popular blog-aware static site generator written in Ruby
  • Hexo - fast, simple and powerful blog framework for markdown written posts
  • Hugo - flexible framework with many formats ideal for blogs, docs, portfolios and more
  • Middleman - static site generator with modern web development tools and shortcuts

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.

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