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Brilliant Continuous Deployment
Strider is an Open Source Continuous Deployment / Continuous Integration
store. It is published under the BSD license.
For more details, including features and more, check out the introductory chapter of the Strider Book
- General requirements
- Docker quickstart
- Running on Infrastructure
- Require()'ing Strider
- Extension & plugin guide
- Support & Help
- Roadmap / Changelog
- nodejs, v0.8 or v0.10
- mongodb (local or remote)
- git >= 1.7.10
docker pull niallo/strider
For a fully self-contained and pre-built strider installation, check out the Strider Trusted Build.
There's a walkthrough of setting it up on our blog.
Running on Infrastructure
Make sure you have MongoDB installed on your system. You can get the latest version at mongodb.org.
Next you will need Node.JS. You can get binary packages for most platforms at nodejs.org.
Once you have Node.JS on your system, you can fetch & install all the dependencies for your Strider clone by executing the following command in the project root:
Strider configuration comes from environment variables. Most of the default
values should work fine for running on localhost, however for an
Internet-accessible deployment the following variables will need to be exported:
DB_URI: MongoDB DB URI if not localhost (you can safely use MongoLab free plan - works great)
SERVER_NAME: Address at which server will be accessible on the Internet. E.g.
https://strider.example.com(note: no trailing slash)
PLUGIN_GITHUB_APP_SECRET: Github app ID & secret (assuming not running on localhost:3000) - you can register a new one at https://github.com/settings/applications/new - the Main URL should be the same as server name above, and the callback URL should be server name with the path /auth/github/callback. E.g. https://strider.example.com/auth/github/callback
PLUGIN_BITBBUCKET_HOSTNAME: BitBucket app key, secret & server hostname. Needed if you're using BitBucket provider. More info at https://github.com/Strider-CD/strider-bitbucket.
If you want email notifications, configure an SMTP server (we recommend Mailgun for SMTP if you need a server - free account gives 200 emails / day):
SMTP_HOST: SMTP server hostname e.g. smtp.example.com
SMTP_PORT: SMTP server port e.g. 587 (default)
SMTP_USER: SMTP auth username e.g. "myuser"
SMTP_PASS: SMTP auth password e.g. "supersecret"
SMTP_FROM: Default FROM address e.g. "Strider firstname.lastname@example.org" (default)
Adding Initial Admin User
Strider isn't much use without an account to login with. Once you create an administrative user, you can invite as many
other people as you like to your instance. There is a simple CLI subcommand to help you create the initial user:
Strider has been installed and configured, it can be started with:
Strider on Heroku
To get up and running quickly on Heroku, you can create a new app and use the MongoLab free plan.
If you want support for languages other than Node.js and Python, you'll need to set the buildpack for your app. Currently this enables support for Ruby 2.0.0.
Strider can be
require()-ed like any other NPM module. This is particularly useful when you want to
- Make Strider a dependency at a specific version
- Choose exactly which plugins to install
- Customize configuration
- Do other crazy stuff
For example, you could have a project with its own
package.json that depends
strider at a specific version, along with any other extensions you choose
loaded from a particular filesystem location. Then you could write a simple
initialization shim like the following:
Extending & Customizing Strider
Strider is extremely customizable and extensible through plugins. Plugins can add hooks to perform arbitrary actions during build. They can modify the database schema to add custom fields. They can also register their own HTTP routes. Even the front-end is highly customizable through template extensions.
For documentation on extending Strider, see strider-extension-loader's README.
- Strider on DigitalOcean - Covers setting up an Ubuntu machine with Strider using upstart.
Support & Help
IRC: irc.freenode.net #strider
We are very responsive to Github Issues - please think of them as a message board for the project!
Strider is maintained and supported by FrozenRidge, LLC. For commercial support, customization, integration & hosting enquiries please email email@example.com.