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Images for different parts of the test environment (QtAndroid + Meteor + MongoDB)
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TestEnv

Test Environment using Docker & Vagrant for Qt/QML app using Meteor/MongoDB

Structure

The structure of the test environment is as the following :

Requirements

Setup the environment

This repository contains two branches:

To setup the environment, use the configure.sh file :

$ cd /path/to/TestEnv
$ chmod +x configure.sh
$ chmod +x config_test.sh
$ ./configure.sh

When the configuration finishes, you'll have something that looks like the following:

$ eval "$(docker-machine env test)"
$ docker images

REPOSITORY          TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED             SIZE
docker_front        latest              b16d48d8be87        2 days ago          3.931 GB
docker_server       latest              eca845e2c254        2 days ago          1.184 GB
docker_db           latest              1216f4ad159b        2 days ago          311.7 MB
registry            2                   34bccec54793        4 days ago          171.2 MB
debian              jessie              bb5d89f9b6cb        2 weeks ago         125.1 MB

How to use this environment

Let's say you have a Qt/QML app that uses Meteor/MongoDB.
To use your app in this environment:

  • The client files should be put in /path/to/TestEnv/app/
  • The server files should be put in /path/to/TestEnv/app/server/
$ cd /path/to/TestEnv
$ vagrant up
$ eval "$(docker-machine env test)"
$ docker-compose -f ./docker/docker-compose.yml up -d db

Wait till the db starts

$ docker-compose -f ./docker/docker-compose.yml run --rm db mongo db:27017/admin --quiet --eval "rs.initiate(); rs.conf();"
$ docker-compose -f ./docker/docker-compose.yml up -d server

Wait till the server is up

Now it's time to compile the app, keep in mind that a variable environment METEOR_URL is available, in the front container, containing the ip:port of the the meteor server, so that you can link the meteor server to your app

$ docker-compose -f ./docker/docker-compose.yml run --rm  front

The output of the app compilation will be in /path/to/TestEnv/app/build

To know what hapenning in the containers (db & server)

$ docker-compose -f ./docker/docker-compose.yml logs

To Shut down the virtual machine containing the test environment

$ vagrant halt test

Aknowledgement

The setting of this test environment was inspired from the devops-tuts

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