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kiosks.adrianshort.org

Static site generator for website to track BT InLink kiosks planning applications.

Deploy to Netlify

How to build this site locally

Setup - do this only once

  1. $ git clone git@github.com:adrianshort/kiosks.git && cd kiosks
  2. $ bundle install
  3. Sign in to Morph with your GitHub account.
  4. Go to your Settings page: https://morph.io/owners/YOUR-USERNAME/settings and copy your secret API key.
  5. $ export MORPH_API_KEY=123456abcdef (use the actual key value given)

Add the MORPH_API_KEY to your .profile or .bash_profile file or similar as required so it's available for every shell session.

Build - do this every time

  1. $ bundle exec bin/download - gets the latest data from the scraper's API
  2. $ bundle exec bin/build - builds the static site

The built site is now in the _site directory.

If you've got build/deploy to Netlify set up (see below), use [skip ci] in your commit messages to avoid triggering a build every time you git push.

How to build and deploy this site on Netlify

Use Morph to send a webhook HTTP POST request to Netlify, triggering Netlify to build and deploy the site using the latest version of the data.

Basic setup

  1. Sign in to Netlify.
  2. Click New site from Git
  3. Connect your GitHub account.
  4. Choose the adrianshort/kiosks repo to deploy, or your own fork of it.
  5. Use these settings: Branch to deploy: master, build command: bundle exec bin/download && bundle exec bin/build, publish directory: _site
  6. Click Show advanced and create a New variable
  7. Key: MORPH_API_KEY, Value: 123456abcdef (use the actual key value given by Morph)
  8. Click Deploy. Netlify will now build and deploy the site.

Set up a webhook to trigger automatic builds/deploys when the scraper finishes

  1. Click Site settings for your Netlify site.
  2. Build & deploy tab > Continuous Deployment
  3. Click Add build hook.
  4. Build hook name can be anything you like, eg Morph scrape completed.
  5. Branch to build is master.
  6. Click Save.
  7. Copy the webhook URL, eg: https://api.netlify.com/build_hooks/123456abcdef.
  8. On Morph, go to the Settings page for your scraper.
  9. Click Add webhook.
  10. Paste the webhook URL and click Update Settings.

Netlify will now build and deploy the site using the latest scraper data every time the Morph scrape succeeds.

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