Status images for your dockerhub automated build (like those for travis)
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README.md

dockerhub-build-status-image


https://dockerbuildbadges.quelltext.eu/status.svg?organization=niccokunzmann&repository=dockerhub-build-status-image

Show status badges of your dockerhub automated build in your README.md (like those for travis).

As soon as an image is here (), this can be used from shields.io.

Architecture

  • SVG image
    • pulls JS file
      • JS file includes list of status servers (since dockerhub does not allow crossorigin requests)
  • status servers
    • form
      • a python package
      • a docker container (to use the badge :) )
      • a heroku deploy
    • may serve the svg file but better if they do not, to provide more fault tolerance, see the JS file

API

Server

  • GET /build/<organnization>/<repository>
    GET /build/<organnization>/<repository>?tag=<tag>
    Get the build status of an automated build.

    • organization is the dockerhub organization. Examples: library and mariobehling
    • repository is the repository in this organization. Examples: nginx and loklak
    • tag is optional, it is latest by default. Examples: latest

    Headers:

    • Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *

    Result:

    • In case the request had an error:
      {"request":"error","description":<text>}
      Where text is the error description.
    • In case all went fine:
      {"request":"ok", status:<build status>}
      The build status is
      • Negative for an error. Example: -1
      • Positive for success. Example: 1
      • It gets taken like from this example
  • GET /source
    Get the source code.

  • GET /status.svg
    See status.svg

status.svg

Parameters:

  • organization is the name of the dockerhub organization. If it is left out, it will be library.
  • repository is the name of the repository. This must be given.
  • tag is the name of the tag to use. If it is left out, it is latest.
  • text is the text to show on the badge. If it is left out, it is Docker.

Examples:

Badge Servers

You can contribute a badge server to this list here and in status.js:

Contribute

As said, you can contribute a server or write your own - the API is open. You can solve issues. I created the most basic version. Surely, if you have a look, you can show this project some love and improve it <3

Keywords

  • status images for dockerhub automated builds
  • build status badge for docker images
  • svg badges

Reading


The repository is maintained at https://github.com/niccokunzmann/dockerhub-build-status-image/