Buddy v2.1.38 Released (06-11-2018)

New features

  • You can now trigger pipelines using webhooks
  • Integration with AKS (Azure Kubernetes Service)
  • It is now possible to edit the details of existing integrations

Improvements

  • If for some reason you cannot see a branch from your repository, clicking the ‘Refresh’ button in the Code tab will update all missing branches
  • The Rsync action now accepts any type of arguments
  • It is now possible to download 2FA recovery codes at any time in the profile details (requires password authorization)

Bug Fixes

  • Removing a branch from a custom repository was not removing it from the project in Buddy. Fixed
  • Fixed a bug with static files not getting restored when the pipeline was run with ‘Clear cache’ after changing the URL to the project
  • The Slack action now properly lists all channels in the integration

Updates

  • kubectl v1.12.2 is now supported in all Kubernetes actions

New feature: Firebase integration

Yet another highly requested integration has joined the extensive roster of Buddy actions.

Firebase is a web and mobile development platform running on Google infrastructure. It gives developers a wide array of functionalities, including analytics, databases, and crash reporting. Our integration uses the firebase-tools CLI to run commands on your Firebase instance.

New service: RabbitMQ messaging broker

RabbitMQ is a multi-protocol messaging broker written in Erlang. It implements AMQP (Advanced Message Queuing Protocol) and can be further extended with STOMP (Streaming Text Oriented Messaging protocol), MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport), and other protocols.

New feature: Telegram integration

Telegram is a highly successful instant messaging service with over 200 million active monthly users. Our integration lets developers send automatic messages on finished builds and deployments to individual profiles, announcement channels and team groups.

New feature: Change repository provider

Let’s assume you’re a happy Buddy user with a bunch of meticulously configured pipelines. They are helping you deliver some awesome websites to awesome clients for awesome cash. In general, everything is awesome.

Suddenly, your CEO drops in and says you’re moving all your repos from GitHub to GitLab, and so should you with Buddy. “Oh no!” you think “Now I have to export all pipelines to YAML, create a new project for each repo, import the pipelines back in, and pray to the Holy Pixel I didn’t mess anything up! Not to mention I’ll lose the whole execution history!”

Buddy v2.1.35 Released (08-10-2018)

New Features:

Improvements:

Bugfixes:

  • Fixed a bug which prevented from adding webhooks for URL’s with capital letters in the protocol
  • When a user didn’t have email address set in the account tried to commit changes online, the system was crashing because jgit requires the name to work. Fixed
  • Until now, the YAML validator didn’t provide details what went wrong during the .yml parsing. From now on, full information is available on the Activity screen

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