I created a new personal resume site and decided I wanted to build a static site since it wouldn’t be frequently updated. I evaluated Nuxt, Gatsby, and a few others but settled on Jigsaw, a static site generator based on Laravel. I had never used it before and figured this would be a good learning experience while building something I needed. I was pleasantly surprised by how easy it is to use and setup, so kudos to the Tighten team for putting together such an elegant solution.
I wanted to get a CI/CD pipeline configured to handle the site’s deployment but couldn’t find any working tutorials, so I’m sharing my solution in case it helps others. I’m using Bitbucket for this since it’s a personal private repo, so I’m using Bitbucket Pipelines.
Add 3 variables:
- USER_NAME – The SSH user name you want Bitbucket to use to connect to your server.
- PRODUCTION_HOST – Your domain that Bitbucket should connect to
- FOLDER – Folder Path where the site should be deployed to
I generated a new key and then added it to ~/.ssh/authorized_keys for the account.
Add this YAML snippet to your bitbucket-pipelines.yml in your root. This will use PHP 7.4, install rsync, node + npm, composer, and build the production version of the site to deploy to the specified folder.
The -aVP switch for rsync is to give me verbose progress feedback so I can see what’s happening. If you don’t need the detail, switch it to -a.
image: php:7.4-fpm pipelines: branches: master: - step: name: Jigsaw Build script: - apt-get update && apt-get install -y unzip - apt-get install rsync openssh-client nodejs npm -y - curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php -- --install-dir=/usr/local/bin --filename=composer - composer install - npm install - npm run production - rsync -avP build_production/ $USER_NAME@$PRODUCTION_HOST:$FOLDER --exclude=bitbucket-pipelines.yml --chown=www-data:www-data
I received a few errors when rsync ran. In case you run into them as well, here’s the list and fixes. The first was:
rsync: failed to set times on "$FOLDER": Operation not permitted (1)
--no-t to resolve that and then got a new error:
rsync: failed to set permissions on "$FOLDER": Operation not permitted (1)
which was fixed with adding the switch
--no-perms. My final rsync command became: