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Docker has been the star of the recent times and I have recently been building a lot of Docker images, deploying them to both development and production (luckily yes!).
Travis CI is one of the most popular CI services and
I have lately been using it extensively. It is awesome!
Here is a simple
.travis.yml to get started with Docker builds on
sudo: required services: - docker env: # IMPORTANT! Add your docker slug here (commit once) - DOCKER_REPO_SLUG=activatedgeek/mariadb script: # build latest image always - docker build -t $DOCKER_REPO_SLUG:latest . # build the tagged image - if [[ $TRAVIS_TAG = $TRAVIS_BRANCH ]]; then docker build -t $DOCKER_REPO_SLUG:$TRAVIS_BRANCH .; else true ; fi after_success: # IMPORTANT! Add the environment variables in Travis Build Environment (one time!) - docker login -e="$DOCKER_EMAIL" -u="$DOCKER_USERNAME" -p="$DOCKER_PASSWORD" # push to latest if master branch - if [[ $TRAVIS_BRANCH = master ]]; then docker push $DOCKER_REPO_SLUG:latest; else true; fi # push tag as well - if [[ $TRAVIS_TAG = $TRAVIS_BRANCH ]]; then docker push $DOCKER_REPO_SLUG:$TRAVIS_TAG; else true ; fi
Here is how the build behaves under different scenarios:
Push to a branch other than master -> Builds image and exits
Push to branch master -> Builds the image tag
Push a tag -> Builds the image with corresponding git tag
As a reference project, have a look at https://github.com/activatedgeek/docker-mariadb.
The corresponding Travis builds are available publicly at https://travis-ci.org/activatedgeek/docker-mariadb.
Dockerfilepresent in the root of the project
The implications of above two assumptions are easy to overcome if need be.