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la start-up grenobloise notilo plus, qui a conçu un drone sous-marin autonome, a bouclé un tour de table de 1,9 million d’euros auprès du fonds ambition amorçage angels (f3a), géré par bpifrance dans le cadre du programme d’investissements d’avenir doté de 57 milliards d’euros, du fonds de co-investissement régional paca investissement, géré par. turenne capital, et de provence business angels (pba), un réseau acheter drone hexo+
qui fédère plus de 80 business angels
en juillet 2017, la société avait levé 800 000 euros
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node:latest docker image to run npm install in our repository
this will download and install all of the libraries needed to run the tests
the next step is called test
it uses the same docker image to run our test suite
often, you would run both the build and test commands in one step, but we’ve split them up to better demonstrate pipelines
note that the steps in a pipeline all share the same workspace, so files created in the first step will be available in later steps
drone has many more options that can be configured with
yml, which you can read about in the drone documentation
some of these features include:
next, we’ll tell drone to watch for changes to our repository, and then trigger a build
log in to drone, if you aren’t already
the home page will look fairly sparse until we set it up
the empty sidebar prompts us to activate your repositories to get started
click the activate link to show a list of all your github repositories:
find the hello_hapi repo and click the gray toggle in the right-hand column to activate it
the toggle will flip and turn green
behind the scenes, drone will use github’s api to make sure it receives notifications whenever our code changes
return to the home page dashboard by clicking the drone logo in the upper-left corner of the screen, or by using the menu in the upper-right corner next to your user icon:
the dashboard will now have our new repository listed in the left-hand column
there’s no status information yet, because we haven’t run a build:
click the hello_hapi repository name to enter a detailed view for the repository
it will have some tabs where we can update settings, add secrets like tokens and passwords, and get embeddable build status badges
by default we’re on the builds tab, and no builds are listed yet
leave your drone page open, and navigate to the hello_hapi github repository in another tab or window
we’re going to add a file to the project in order to trigger a build
click the create new file button up towards the top of the file list in your repo:
in this case we chose trigger-file
then, scroll down to the bottom of the content editor and click the commit new file button:
upon commit, github will notify our drone install of the change
drone will then start a new build
switch back to your drone browser window
the interface should update fairly quickly, and a spinning arrow will indicate that a build is happening
it may already be finished if you took a few moments to switch back to drone
let’s look at the build details next
click on the build to enter a detailed view
if the build is still in progress, you’ll be able to observe each pipeline step in real-time
you can click the disclosure arrows for each build step to show more details
here is the output of our test step:
if the step is still in progress, clicking the follow button will show the output as it happens
note that there is a clone stage we didn’t define in our
this is always present and gives details on how drone fetched your source code before the build
in this tutorial, we forked a demonstration repository, explored the
yml configuration file, and built and tested our repository with drone
for more information on configuring drone to build, test, and deploy your project, refer to the drone documentation
forking the example repository
triggering a continuous integration run
spin up an ssd cloud server in under a minute
keep your dart code running with continuous integration! drone
io is a cloud service for automated builds, tests, and deploys
io works with dart out of the box
learn how easy it is to configure your dart projects for continuous unit testing, browser testing, and even deployment to cloud hosting services
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i have been using jekyll, github pages plus cloudflare to host my blog for a
while now
a simple push to my github repo (adelowo
io) === a
deployment of my jekyll site
they’d build it and deploy it automatically
for me, there was no infrastructure overhead
while that is great, i wanted to have full control over the servers and software for a couple reasons
drone is a continous integration (s/integration/delivery) server written in golang
but the most interesting thing is it’s docker usage
all build pipelines are executed in a container, makes perfect sense
and since i moved from github pages, i needed to be able to automate the
deployment as well
push to a repo, the site is built and deployed
i have set up a personal ci server at ci
see installation docson how to set up drone ci
pipelines are the steps taken to build a project
for a larger project, it could
include a mongodb server to run integration tests against, or just linting to make sure the code conforms to a certain quality
but for our jekyll deployment,

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