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Netlify + shippitTrack Order in shippit when New Deploy Succeeded is created in Netlify Read More...
Netlify + shippitRetrieve Quote in shippit when New Deploy Succeeded is created in Netlify Read More...
Netlify + shippitGet Label information for an Order in shippit when New Deploy Succeeded is created in Netlify Read More...
Netlify + shippitTrack Order in shippit when New Deploy Failed is created in Netlify Read More...
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Triggers when a new deploy of your site has failed.
Triggers when a new deploy of your site has started building.
Triggers when a new version of your site has successfully deployed.
Triggers when a form receives a new submission.
Performs a new deploy of an existing site.
Creates an order.
Retrieves labelling information for an Order using the tracking number.
Retrieve quote details for given specifications.
Track order by tracking number.
In this paper, I will talk about shippit and Netlify.
Shippit is a platform that allows users to quickly deploy their node.js app on any cloud provider. It comes with a vast amount of third party integrations, and it can be used to deploy your app in minutes.
In this section, I will present shippit and Netlify by examining how they work together.
First of all, you can use shippit to deploy your app on any cloud provider, including AWS, GCP, Digital Ocean, Linode, Microsoft Azure and more. Shippit also comes with a lot of third party integrations, for example. Travis CI, Slack, etc. Therefore, if you want to deploy your app on other cloud providers such as AWS, you don't have to go through the trouble of configuring your own CI top, because shippit already includes those tops. Also, shippit allows you to configure your own custom npm package scripts so you can do anything that fits your needs. For example, I have a custom script which only runs the tests in my repository and ignores environment variables when building my website. Another great feature is that if you want to use different cloud providers or different CI tops for different repos, you can set up multiple accounts using shippit and assign them to different projects individually.
Overall, in this paper I have introduced shippit and Netlify and examined how these two platforms work together. Shippit allows you to easily deploy your app on any cloud provider while also supporting third party integrations for CI tops and Slack notifications. On the other hand, Netlify provides a simple way to deploy static websites hosted on Github repositories. The fact that it only supports Github repositories may be a disadvantage for some developers but if you are looking for a simple way to deploy your static website without much configuration required then it is definitely a good choice. Since shippit allows you to configure custom npm scripts for each repository or create multiple accounts with different cloud providers, you don't have to worry about whether or not Netlify will support your custom npm script or CI top even if it isn't listed on their website.
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