Building React Apps with Jenkins using npm, Snyk and Ansible. This article takes you through building a simple react static app using Jenkins and Ansible. The Jenkins infrastructure is built inside the AKS cluster and all are stages inside the Jenkins pipelines are dynamically provisioned using containers.
This article takes you through building a simple react static app using Jenkins and Ansible. The Jenkins infrastructure is built inside the AKS cluster and all are stages inside the Jenkins pipelines are dynamically provisioned using containers. The whole setup for the Jenkins is described in my previous blog here.
Let's go through each components inside the architecture. The source code is hosted in a public GitHub Repository. In the first stage, the source code will be scanned by Snyk tool which checks for any security vulnerability in the library used in the app. The second stage is to build the react app within a Node.js container and published binaries would be zipped and stored as an artifact within Jenkins. Storage of the artifact can be stored externally as well, but a script change will be required within the stage. After the app has been built, next stage is to provision the infrastructure using a terraform container. Terraform state is based on Azure Blob Storage as the remote back end for the persistence of state. During this infra provisioning stage, an Azure Blob Storage resource will be created along with static web apps feature enabled. In the last stage, ansible playbook will be executed inside a container with ansible installed and the deploys the react package to azure static apps hosted inside Azure blob storage. The same task can be done using AZCLI as well, but I just wanted to test the extend of support for ansible collection, for Azure.
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