All action from adding servers and repositories to deployments can be managed from simple and easy to use GUI.
Sensitive data like usernames and passwords are encrypted before storing them in database. Decryption is only possible with a password you need to enter during login.
Before deploying to a target server you can list all files that have been changed since last deploy. Using a diff-view you can even review changes before uploading.
It is possible to define simple ssh commands to be executed before/after each deployment. This feature may be useful to re-start applications, build css/js or do whatever is necessary to deploy your application.
Once a Deployment is created you can generate an API-URL. Using this URL you can trigger deployments directly from GitHub, Bitbucket or Gitea as soon as you push changes to your repositories.
The whole project is open-source and MIT license. This way you can host your own instance in your local network and don't have to worry about giving sensitive information away. And of course you can modify the application in any way you like.
The following software is required to run this application.
- Webserver (Nginx, Apache, ...)
- MySQL Server
- PHP >= 7.3
Install project using composer.
composer create-project nekudo/shiny_deploy myshinydeploy
Adjust config files in the following folders:
Run the installation script using the following command:
php cli/app.php install
Point your virtual host document root to the
wwwdirectory and rewrite requests to the index.php file.
To use this application you need to start up the websocket server and worker processes. This can be done by executing the following command:
php cli/app.php start
To update an existing instance of ShinyDeploy the first step is to update the files. You can either use a simple
git pull to do this (in case you installed the application trough composer) or just override all the files with
a fresh copy downloaded from the project website.
Once the files are update you need to execution the update command which will execute all necessary migrations:
php cli/app.php update
Hint: Please have a look into the release notes before update you installation of ShinyDeploy to prevent any problems.
In case you want to adjust CSS or JS you can use the robo.phar to rebuild the assets.
To build CSS/JS files run:
php robo.phar assets
To start a watcher automatically rebuilding files on modifications run:
php robo.phar watch
To list all available tasks run:
php robo.phar list