Phenomic has a great guide for deploying to Netlify but it depends on letting Netlify do the deploys for you. On one side this is great but if you are on the free plan then you have a fair usage limit.
If you do have Travis CI (or another CI software), granted Travis CI does cost money however if you are using it for other projects then it is already paid for.
Go to https://app.netlify.com/sites and create a website there. You will then need the API for the website.
Now go to https://app.netlify.com/applications and create a personal access token for your CI software to use.
Enable Travis CI for your chosen repo with your phenomic website in it. Then add your API and personal access tokens to the environment variables of Travis CI.
.travis.yml file in the root of of your repository as below, which
is modified from the deploy guide for github pages:
language: node_js node_js: - '5' deploy: skip_cleanup: true provider: script script: ./scripts/deploy.sh on: branch: master # replace with node: '5'
Now place the
deploy.sh script in the
/scripts/ folder, which is modified
from a Jekyll deploy script:
#!/usr/bin/env bash set -e # halt script on error zip -r website.zip dist curl -H "Content-Type: application/zip" \ -H "Authorization: Bearer $NETLIFYKEY" \ --data-binary "@website.zip" \ https://api.netlify.com/api/v1/sites/$API/deploys
Where the following are:
$NETLIFYKEYis your ENV variable for your Netlify key
$APIis your ENV variable for your website api key
Ensure you set the correct permissions on the
chmod +x ./scripts/deploy.sh
Now deploy away!