You can easily deploy your applications through the Web UI. To do so,login to Stormkit, click on your application that you'd like to deploy, select the environment and hit deploy now button. It will start the build process.
Every build on Stormkit is run in an isolated environment. The node version is 10.x, same as lambda runtimes.
The build configuration is very straightforward. You can access it by clicking on My application > My Environment > Edit. Here is a table which describes what each field does.
|Entry file||Specifies the entry file for the server side application. Leave empty if you don't need server side functionality. Enabling this will tell Stormkit to host your server application in lambdas. Static assets that will be used on the client side will be still served from our CDN.|
|Public folder||The path to the public folder where static assets are located. The path is relative to the repository root.|
|Build command||The build command to build your application. If you're not using a framework like Nuxt.js, we will try to locate your webpack configuration and build the server side on top of this when entry file is enabled.|
You can chain multiple commands with a logical && operator. They will be displayed as multiple steps in your deployment logs.
|Environment variables||The environment variables that will be available for the build. Specify each variable in a separate row by pressing Enter key. These variables will be available to all of your commands throughout the deployment. Variables that are not used in your client side application will never be exposed to your clients.|
Currently it is only possible to deploy an application from the UI. Good news is that we're working on the Github Integration, so that whenever a branch is updated we will trigger a deploy.