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Node News Thursday, May 31
- How to setup CI/CD workflow for Node.js apps with Jenkins and Kubernetes
- Build a Simple GraphQL Server with GraphQL Yoga
- Simple chat application in node.js
- Basically it includes implementing development and integration workflows where developers commit their changes to the central repository frequently, ensuring that their commits are functional and ready to be deployed to production.
- In this tutorial I will explain how to set up a CI/CD workflow of a Node.js application hosted on Kubernetes.
- The src directory contains a basic Node.js application which creates an http server on port 8080 and returns a message depending on the visited path: – – Tests directory contains two scripts with tests to perform in order to ensure that the application is up and running.
- The workflow consists of three stages: – – So this is the Jenkinsfile: – – In order to install Jenkins we will use the Helm chart available on the official stable repository.
- Notice that the URL you have to indicate in Bitbucket is our case it is: – – I have demonstrated a simple CI/CD workflow with Jenkins and Kubernetes.
@palashv2: 🔹 How to Setup CI/CD Workflow for Node Apps with Jenkins and Kubernetes: https://t.co/EeTWOmItme #100DaysOfCode… https://t.co/gQFMs7IaLP
- After importing GraphQL server, I can go ahead and create an instance of this server, which takes a configuration object and receives the type definitions, as well as the resolvers.
- We need a type, computer, and it has a property module, which is of string type, a property maker, which is also a string, and then the year it was manufactured, which can be an integer.
- So far, we have the module, the maker, and the year fields in the computer type.
- You can also see that we have the query type, which returns an array of computers.
- Whenever I will send a query to the server, the GraphQL SRI receives this query, validates it against the type definitions, and then uses the resolvers to send the payload back to the client.
@eggheadio: Build a Simple GraphQL Server with GraphQL Yoga – #node lesson by @codebeast https://t.co/dyKl9WMGoN
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