Learn how to configure Buddy to turn your WordPress site into a static site with the Static HTML Output plug-in and Buddy CI/CD.
Articles on using Buddy in CI/CD
Learn the most useful commands that will help you better manage your WordPress installation, themes, and plug-ins.
Learn how to create testing & production environments for a React app with deployment to Firebase
Learn how to introduce CI/CD into your WordPress workflow with Buddy
Learn how to set up a Continuous Delivery pipeline for a Golang application.
This article will tell you how to set up a delivery pipeline to Azure App Service on the example of a simple Flask application.
Learn how to create a zero-downtime delivery pipeline for React apps in the accompanying guide to our first webinar.
Learn how to create a Gatsby blog from scratch and configure a pipeline that will build and deploy it to Netlify.
Learn how to automate deployments to your Shopify store and set up a staging environment to preview changes.
Learn how to build Docker images from your apps, publish them to ACR, and deploy to ACI.
Learn how to write tests with Cypress and automatically run them on every change to code.
Learn how to optimize your process with a simple and effective Kubernetes pipeline
Learn how to properly integrate a CodeCommit repository and configure a webhook that will trigger deployments from Buddy.
Learn how to easily test, build and deploy React apps to AWS services with Buddy's pipelines.
Learn how to develop a project with Symfony, write PHPUnit tests, and automatically deploy the application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk on every change to code.
Learn how to create a scalable Docker environment with a Docker registry and Buddy.
Learn how to reliably monitor your code coverage using SonarQube with Buddy.
Learn how to configure a pipeline that will build your application and perform automated visual tests in the staging environment.
Learn how to properly structure Docker layers in the Dockerfile, reduce the weight of the Docker image, and automate building images with pipelines.
Learn how to secure repository files with git-crypt and automatiacally decrypt and encrypt data on every pipeline execution.
Learn how to run Selenium tests on a dockerized application with Maven and microservices.
Buddy allows for easy and effortless test builds using docker. Learn how to run Docker PHP application tests
Ensure scalability of your Magento apps with Docker and Kubernetes clusters.
Learn how to auto-increment the build version number using Buddy parameters
This short guide explains how to add MySQL and use it with PHP apps.
Learn how Android developers can harness the power of Continuous Delivery with Buddy
Learn how to automate your K8s deployments, set images, and run jobs with the official Buddy integration.
A 5-minute guide on how to place the code under version control and automate its deployment.
Learn how to properly configure your PHP deployment process with 5 types of delivery pipelines.
Learn how to Gulp/Grunt/Webpack your code and handle dependencies during the deployment.
Learn how to develop and automatically deploy WordPress themes with Buddy.
Learn how to export your WP instance to Amazon S3, automate the process with Buddy, and restore your website from the backup file if needed.
Learn how to streamline your WordPress delivery process down to a single Slack command.
Learn how to grab screenshots of your website on every push to branch with a Puppeteer Node.js library on headless Chrome.
Learn how to integrate Buddy with Percy to make snapshots of your websites on every push to Git.
Learn how to install Google Cloud Launcher in your project with a few easy steps.
Learn how to write a Laravel app, configure unit, feature and browser tests and automate the whole process with Buddy CI.
Learn how to write, configure and run E2E tests on your PHP apps with Laravel Dusk and Buddy automation tools.
Learn how to dockerize a Laravel application, share it through a registry, and automate the process with Buddy's Continuous Delivery.
Check out Buddy and Node JS in action. Learn how to apply Continuous Integration to your workflow so that your app is always ready for delivery.
Learn how to run and automate integration tests against Chrome website browser with Buddy.
Learn how to create a Docker image of your Node.js app and run it on any computer supporting Docker using a simple 'Hello World' website.
Learn how to write and automate unit tests of Node.js applications with Mocha framework and Chai library.
Learn why and how to introduce Continuous Deployment to your workflow using Buddy's pipelines.
Learn what is the Filesystem and how to use it to build your applications
This entry-level guide will tell you why and how to Dockerize your WordPress projects.
The second in the series, this guide will tell you how to set up WP delivery with Buddy CI/CD.
A step by step guide to how Docker and Kubernetes can help you to configure and deploy a WordPress instance with a MySQL database.
Learn how to improve PHP libraries management with Composer.
Learn how to use Buddy to generate webfont using Gulp.js and automatically deploy it to your server.
Learn how to properly configure npm modules and use Buddy to automatically test and publish your packages before publishing them to the npm registry.
Read how to test your code with Buddy and secure yourself from merging errors in your GitHub projects with GitHub status checks.
Learn how to automatically issue tasks in your Git repository with IFTTT when an execution fails in Buddy.
Learn how to automate website and server monitoring with Buddy.
Learn how to set up Buddy to test and deploy your projects to Azure.
Learn how to build projects in Microsoft languages with Buddy.
Thanks to our Heroku integration, you can finally automate your Heroku tests and builds, find out how you can optimize your process with Buddy
Read how to add and configure a privsate Git server in Buddy in a few simple steps.
Understanding Git is fundamental for using Buddy. If you have never used Git, dont worry - with this guide you will learn how to get started the essentials. From the simplest `git add` and `git add remote` commands, to resolving conflicts