Intershop recommends Azure DevOps as tooling to support the CI processes. A project-ready Azure DevOps environment can be provided by Intershop. It already contains a Git repository with the Responsive Blueprint Store and the necessary build pipelines. Also boards for agile management are included in Azure DevOps.
This way professional project development can be started right away without the need to set it up manually.
The Blueprint project with all necessary cartridges is provided in an Azure DevOps Git repository when Intershop sets up the project.
This repository must be cloned to the developer machine:
Cloning the Repository
git clone https://email@example.com/example/example/_git/example
You can either set a password for the Git account or provide your public key.
Edit the file environment.properties based on you local configuration, e.g.,
Set database connection
Set path to the license file
Provide the file development.properties containing the development specific configurations, e.g.,
See also Cookbook - Gradle Developer Workflow.
Run the following commands to build and deploy the project:
Build and Deploy the Project
gradle_environment.bat gradlew enableHotCodeReloading gradlew publish gradlew deployServer
As soon as you have pushed your local changes to the Azure DevOps Git repository, the CI Build pipeline will be started.
To trigger a release build that publishes the binaries release with a specific version of the Nexus binary repository, you just need to add a release label in form of a git tag.
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