At TES, all of our teams use Bosco to manage their development environments.
Whenever we start a project we first create a Github team to act as the collation point for all of the repositories that the team will need. Often repositories are added to more than one team - for example: batteries-not-included, our application template, is added to every team.
Assuming you've got your workspace and team linked, the flow for a developer to get up and running each day looks like this:
bosco run -t summary
Let's go through each of these steps one by one.
Bosco morning is simply a wrapper for a collection of other commands:
- clone - clones all of your repositories
- pull - pull any changes
- link - link any inter-dependent modules
- install - npm install on each
- activity - summary of everything that changed in the last 24 hrs
This basically ensures that you are 100% up to date and ready to go each morning. Clearly the name is not a limit on how many times you run it!
You can use the commands individually throughout the day if you need just any part.
This launches all of the projects that are tagged with summary, via the run command.
In our case, this brings up all of the following services:
This is basically the full set of services that serve the following page:
This starts the local CDN mode of Bosco, that serves up all of the JS and CSS that sit within all of the above services.
You're now fully up and running, and can start writing code, testing - whatever.
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