Juicymo Drone CI Ruby image
We use this image on a daily basis at Juicymo for Continuous Integration of Ruby on Rails apps we make for our clients.
Compiled Docker image can be pulled from: Docker Hub.
Intent of this image is CI testing of Ruby or Rails projects with Drone.
This image supports
Drone 0.7.0 and
MRI Ruby 2.4.2:
It has a bundler installed.
If you need more Ruby versions, let us know via GitHub issues or feel free to fork this Docker image or build a new one based on this one.
We use the drillster/drone-volume-cache image to smartly cache the
./node_modules folders to have faster builds which consume less resources because only updated gems and npm packages are reinstalled.
Just add similar
.drone.yml to you project (example is compatible with Drone 0.7.0):
pipeline: restore-cache: image: drillster/drone-volume-cache restore: true mount: - ./bundle - ./node_modules volumes: - /tmp/cache:/cache build: image: juicymo/drone-ruby environment: - RAILS_ENV=test commands: - bundle install --path ./bundle --without production,development rebuild-cache: image: drillster/drone-volume-cache rebuild: true mount: - ./bundle - ./node_modules volumes: - /tmp/cache:/cache test: image: juicymo/drone-ruby environment: - RAILS_ENV=test - DB_HOST=database commands: - bundle install --path ./bundle --without production,development - bundle exec rake db:create - bundle exec rake db:migrate - bundle exec rspec - bundle exec rake spinach notify: image: plugins/slack webhook: https://team.slack.com/hooks/XXX... channel: dev username: drone when: status: [ success, failure ] services: database: image: postgres:9.6 environment: - POSTGRES_USER=... - POSTGRES_PASSWORD=...
drone.yml file above shows how RSpec and Spinach can be used for BDD Testing in a Ruby on Rails application. This is what we use at Juicymo, but feel free to adjust the
test step of a pipeline to suit your needs.
At Juicymo, we use GitLab which is connected to our Drone CI server. With this setup Drone is able to detect all projects from GitLab automatically. After particular Ruby on Rails project is enabled for testing in Drone, all you need to do is to add, commit and push a
.drone.yml to the git repository. Drone will automatically load it and start the integration.
See source at GitHub.