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Alex Bilbie:
Setup Jenkins and test a PHP project
April 20, 2015 @ 10:14:32

Alex Bilbie has posted a new tutorial to his site showing you how to set up Jenkins to test a PHP project. Jenkins is a popular automated build tool that can be used to do helpful things like automatically run unit tests and execute other tasks when code changes happen (or on an automated schedule).

After a chat with some other developers on Twitter the other day I offered to write a tutorial on how to setup Jenkins from scratch and create a job to test a PHP project. For this tutorial I'm going to use a Digital Ocean droplet (get $10 free credit with this link) but you can use a server from anywhere. Once I've installed and setup Jenkins I'm going to create a job to test my Proton framework.

He walks you through the setup of the server (Ubuntu running on a Digital Ocean instance) and the commands you'll need to get the required tools installed, including Jenkins. He configures Nginx to work as a proxy for the Jenkins installation (config included) and how to secure the installation. This is done via a GitHub OAuth connection and plugin. He helps you get Composer installed, an SSH in place for committing back to GitHub and creating a first job. He also includes a listing of several helpful tools that can be used to test your scripts and applications to provide more detail and better quality to the resulting code.

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Link: http://alexbilbie.com/2015/04/setting-up-jenkins/

David Adams:
PuPHPet and Digital Ocean (Screencast)
September 26, 2013 @ 10:39:30

Over on YouTube David Adams has posted a video showing you how to use PuPHPet with Digital Ocean. PuPHPet is a easy to use, graphical tool to help make building Vagrantfiles quick and easy. Digital Ocean bills itself as a cloud service "built for developers" that lets you spin up cloud servers quickly.

The video's about 30 minutes long, but it walks you through the entire process. It's a screencast you can easily follow along with. Unfortunately some of the text is a bit small (and hard to read full-screen) but he talks you through the commands too, which helps.

You can find out more about Digital Ocean's "droplets" here.

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Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHkTxWffGGA


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