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Releasing Fuel UX

** Read this entire document including Release Notes Prerequisites. You may need SauceLabs, FuelCDN, NPM, Twitter, Browserstack, Aloha SSO, and TravisCI credentials in order to release. **

Prerequisites

github_changelog_generator

Complete the prerequisites for the generating release notes.

Saucelabs

You will need SAUCE_API_KEY.yml. Get it from someone on the team. You could try contacting sjames@salesforce.com, mbeard@salesforce.com, cmcculloh@salesforce.com as a last resort.

FuelCDN

You will need FUEL_CDN.yml file, as well as ssh keys. Contact another maintainer for credentials/keys.

You will also need to add the following to your ~/.ssh/config file:

Host fuelux.upload.akamai.com
  HostkeyAlgorithms +ssh-dss

NPM

You will need to authorize your machine to do npm publishing using npm adduser. Contact another maintainer for credentials.

QA

  • Test
    • npm install
    • grunt test
    • grunt saucelabs Best to find out if they pass or not now as opposed to in the middle of a release.
      • WILL NOT WORK ON VPN
      • If some environments fail, you can comment out the passing environments temporarily in sauce_browsers.yml while you debug
      • If some environments fail, start your server with grunt servefast and use Browserstack to investigate.
    • Generate test distribution package for use on the Fuel UX Site
      • grunt dist
    • Test on Fuel UX Site
      • From Fuel UX Site repo
      • npm run local
      • Check all known affected controls on dev instance of Fuel UX site on Heroku
        • Scroll to the bottom of each page scanning for visual errors
        • Make sure right-hand nav functions correctly
        • Click on the "base" example of each control on the control pages and make sure it functions
        • Pay special attention to any controls that were modified in the release, look at each example and interact with it to make sure there are no obvious issues

Release

  • 1. Update GitHub issue tracker for release. Use clear, obvious language for pull request titles. Modify if necessary.

    • 1a. Create a milestone in GitHub for the next version.
    • 1b. Assign any remaining open tickets to the milestone you just created (or, if appropriate, assign them to the backlog).
    • 1c. Mark the current release milestone as closed.
  • 2. Log off of VPN (or saucelabs will probably fail)

  • 3. npm run release This grunt task:

    • Creates a new release branch from remote master.
    • Builds dist.
    • Updates the package.json, bower.json, and markdown files with the version. This will build and run all tests on the dist folder (including SauceLabs cross browser testing).
    • Adds modified release files.
    • Commits with version number.
    • Adds version tag.
    • Pushes to origin (git push origin 3.x).
    • Publishes tag to Github. The tag commit should exist in the major.x branch.
    • Upload contents of dist folder to Fuel CDN server via SFTP (mv dist x.x.x && scp -i ~/.ssh/fuelcdn -r x.x.x/ [user@domain]:/[id]/fuelux/ && mv x.x.x dist).
    • Pushes 3.x to master if nothing new has been merged in.
    • Runs npm publish using the fuelux profile
    • (with prompt) Runs Ruby Gem described below for Release Notes.
  • 4. Create Release Notes for release and publish Draft release, copy/paste output from Ruby Gem, Publish
  • 5. Update getfuelux.com

    • 4a. Checkout the gh-pages branch.
    • 4b. Run bower update.
    • 4c. Commit
    • 4d. Push to upstream.
  • 6. Run fuelux-tools updatedependencies.js script

  • 7. Cut fusion release
  • 10. Announce
    • 10a. Tweet via @FuelUX account
    • 10b. Post to Chatter in the Marketing Cloud Lightning UX group

Generate Release Notes

Release notes are generated automagically using this Ruby gem.

Prerequisites

  • Create a GitHub token for the changelog generator, be sure to make note of the token that is created, because you'll need it 😄
  • Copy GITHUB_TOKEN.json.template to GITHUB_TOKEN.json (GITHUB_TOKEN.json is git ignored)
  • Fill the token variable in GITHUB_TOKEN.json with the token you just created.
  • Install Ruby
  • Install the gem [sudo] gem install github_changelog_generator

Creating a GitHub token

GitHub only allows only 50 unauthenticated requests per hour. Therefore, it's recommended to run this script with authentication by using a token.

Here's how:

Creating Release Notes

Creating release notes can either be done as part of the release (by saying yes to the prompt) or manually afterwards.

During Release

  • Say "yes" when prompted.

Manually

  • Run grunt prompt:generatelogsmanually

Release notes will be placed in CHANGELOG.md. There is a bug with the changelog_generator (or a mis-configuration or something) that makes it mess up and include links for basically every issue ever.

  • Delete all issues listed for all previous releases leaving just the issues for the current release.
  • Copy and paste the remaining issues into a New Release on Github titled after the release number, prepended with a v (eg "v3.15.8")

Integrate

Each time a release is done, it must be integrated into the following properties: