Allows you to hit your sites after a deployment to make sure they are running.
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README.md

SiteWarmer

Allows you to hit your sites after a deployment to make sure they are running.

Stories in Ready

Build Status

master master
develop develop

Documentation

Fully navigable documentation available on GitHub Pages

Installing via NuGet

NuGet version

Install-Package SiteWarmer.Core

Usage

See full Wiki https://github.com/baynezy/SiteWarmer/wiki

Config file

You need to specify the URLs you want to use in a text file. They need to be one per line to work e.g.

http://www.google.com/
http://www.github.com/

As a Console Application

Once you build the solution there will be a bin\Release\output\SiteWarmer.exe file created. This is a combination of the console application and all its dependencies. So you only need the exe file.

To use the application you just need to run the .exe from the command line with one parameter that is the relative or absolute path to the configuration file. e.g.

\> SiteWarmer.exe -i Config.txt

Contributing

Pull Requests

After forking the repository please create a pull request before creating the fix. This way we can talk about how the fix will be implemented. This will greatly increase your chance of your patch getting merged into the code base.

License

This project is licensed under Apache License 2.0.