This example shows to deploy a Jets application with codebuild to AWS Lambda.
Here’s the project DSL.
github_url("https://github.com/tongueroo/jets-codebuild") linux_image("timbru31/ruby-node:2.5") # currently Jets supports ruby 2.5 environment_variables( JETS_ENV: Cody.env, )
The .cody/project.rb uses a Docker image that has Ruby, Node, and Yarn already installed. If you prefer to use another image, update the
linux_image setting, and update your
buildspec.yml accordingly. For example, you may need to install the necessary packages.
Here’s the buildspec:
version: 0.2 phases: install: commands: - apt-get update -y - apt-get install -y rsync zip build: commands: - echo Build started on `date` - sed -i '/BUNDLED WITH/Q' Gemfile.lock # hack to fix bundler issue: allow different versions of bundler to work - bundle - JETS_ENV=test bundle exec rspec post_build: commands: - bash -c 'if [ "$CODEBUILD_BUILD_SUCCEEDING" == "0" ]; then exit 1; fi' - export JETS_AGREE=yes - bundle exec jets deploy $JETS_ENV
And here are the IAM permissions required as described in Jets Minimal IAM Deploy Policy.
iam_policy( "apigateway", "cloudformation", "dynamodb", "events", "iam", "lambda", "logs", "route53", "s3", "ssm", )
Here’s also Github repo with CodeBuild examples with Jets: tongueroo/jets-codebuild. The example on the master branch is a similar simple approach with 1 CodeBuild project.
You may be interested in the separate-unit-and-deploy branch. The example shows how to set up 2 separate CodeBuild projects. Some advantages:
- The projects are decoupled and you can run them separately.
- Only the deploy project requires IAM access to create the AWS resources.
Create CodeBuild Project
To create the CodeBuild project via CloudFormation run:
cody deploy demo
This creates the CodeBuild project as well as the necessary IAM role.
To start a build:
cody start demo
You can also start a build with a specific branch. Remember to
git push your branch.
cody start demo -b mybranch
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