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Static Website Push utility. This utility allow you to push static websites on the following destinations:

  • Uploading files using FTP
  • Uploading files using SSH for file transfer
  • S3 Bucket
  • CloudFront Distribution from S3 Bucket. On this case, it will create an invalidation request for you.


  • Optional automatic minify CSS/JS/HTML files
  • Optional LESS & SASS processing
  • Can easily integrate Jamstack builders using the build commands


To install the tool on your project, first clone the repository and execute the install tool from command line. You will be promted to write the project path. After press enter, the statiPUSH files will be copied on your project folder.

To run the utlity, simply run the push command from the root from command line on your project folder.


After instaling the tool on your project, first you need to edit the push.json file.

  • source is the folder where your source code files are located. If you are using a Jamstack builder, the output folder from that tool will be the source for statiPUSH.
  • output is where the build files will be located. It's a temporal folder where the files will be processed before the upload process. This folder and his contents are ereased every time you ruin this tool.
  • mode indicates the push mode. There are 4 different values: s3, cloudfront_s3, ftp and scp
  • build here you can indicate the build commans that the tool should invoke. You can indicate as much as you need.
  • css_process indicates if LESS nd SASS files will be processed. Values can be 1 to enable and 0 to disable.
  • minify indicates if the tool needs to minify HTML, CSS and JS files or not. Values can be 1 to enable and 0 to disable.
  • exclude indicate the file paths and extensions that will not be uploaded.
  • s3_mode indicate the S3 options.
  • ftp_mode indicates the FTP options
  • scp_mode indicates the SSH options

S3 Options

When you are using the s3 and cloudfront_s3 modes, the tool load the configuration from this section. The values expected are:

  • bucket is the S3 Bucket name where the files re going to be uploaded
  • profile is the AWS profile defined using the aws configure command
  • region: (optional) is the AWS region where the bucket is located. If it's not defined it will use the profile default region.
  • distribution is the Cloudfront distribution ID that you are using. Used only on mode cloudfront_s3

FTP Options

  • host is the FTP server ip address or host
  • port is the port used by the FTP server
  • user is the user on the server
  • password is the password to connect. If it's not encrypted, it will be encrypted by the tool after the first run.
  • path the remote folder on the server, for example /var/www/html

SCP/SSH Options

  • host is the server ip address or host
  • user is the user on the server
  • keyfile is the private key file needed to connect to the server. Will be located on the .ssh folder on your user home directory.
  • path the remote folder on the server, for example /var/www/html


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