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Readme.md

Gulp AWS Splash

Circle CI MIT License

**The open-source LaunchRock alternative. Build beautiful splash pages to collect emails & more – primarily focused on performance and rapid development.

Default Components & Services*

This project is bundled with the following default components and services in mind:

* Note that you can swap out many of these components and services with your preferred alternatives.

Development

Development (and Deployment) is made simple thanks to Gulp. Follow these simple instructions for setting up this project locally:

  1. Make sure you are using Node.js version >= 0.12.

  2. Either clone this repository (recommended) or download a ZIP locally:

To clone locally (preferred approach):

git clone git@github.com:niftylettuce/gulp-aws-splash.git

Or, to download a ZIP locally:

curl -o ~/gulp-aws-splash.zip https://github.com/niftylettuce/gulp-aws-splash/archive/master.zip

If you downloaded the ZIP, then you'll need to extract it first of course.

  1. Change your working directory in terminal to the project's (e.g. cd ~/gulp-aws-splash/).

  2. Install NPM dependencies required for developing locally and deploying the project:

npm install

Also install gulp and bower globally if you have not yet already:

npm install -g gulp bower
  1. Configure boot/config.js with your Google Analytics, MailChimp, and Amazon Web Services credentials.

For Google Analytics:

  1. Go to https://www.google.com/analytics/web/ → Admin → Create New Account.

  2. Complete required fields in order to create a new account.

  3. Copy/paste the generated "Tracking ID" as the value of googleAnalytics in boot/config.js:

-      googleAnalytics: env.GA || 'TODO',
+      googleAnalytics: env.GA || '12345678',

For MailChimp:

  1. Go to http://mailchimp.com/ → Log in (or Sign up) → Create List.

  2. Complete required fields in order to create a new list.

  3. Go to the Lists → Select (select your newly created list) → Signup forms → Embedded forms.

  4. Copy/paste the generated <form> action attribute value as the value of mailChimp.actionUrl in boot/config.js:

      mailChimp: {
-        actionUrl: env.MC_AU || 'TODO',
+        actionUrl: env.MC_AU || '//johndoe.us0.list-manage.com/subscribe/post?u=123456789abcdefghijklmno&amp;id=1234567890',
  1. Copy/paste the generated <input> name attribute value as the value of mailChimp.hiddenInputName in boot/config.js (note that this <input> is inside of an <div> with absolute CSS positioning):
-        hiddenInputName: env.MC_HIN || 'TODO'
+        hiddenInputName: env.MC_HIN || 'm_4co51234b92a65zb2a52z0221_154363e5def'
      },

For Amazon Web Services:

  1. Go to https://console.aws.amazon.com/s3/home → Create New Bucket.

  2. Click on the newly created bucket → Static Website Hosting → Enable Website Hosting.

  3. Set the value of Index Document to index.html and Error Document to 404.html, then click Save.

  4. Modify boot/config.js with your newly created bucket name:

      params: {
-        Bucket: env.AWS_BUCKET || 'TODO'
+        Bucket: env.AWS_BUCKET || 'gulp-aws-splash'
      }
  1. Go to https://console.aws.amazon.com/iam/home#security_credential → Access Keys (Access Key ID and Secret Access Key) → Create New Access Key.

  2. Copy/paste the values of Access Key ID and Secret Access Key to boot/config.js (note that you will repeat yourself below, since gulp-awspublish and gulp-cloudfront call for different configurations):

      aws: {
-        key: env.AWS_KEY || 'TODO',
+        key: env.AWS_KEY || 'ZFIKXOJ1MKTNVTQ4VPAD',
-        accessKeyId: env.AWS_KEY || 'TODO',
+        accessKeyId: env.AWS_KEY || 'ZFIKXOJ1MKTNVTQ4VPAD',
-        secret: env.AWS_SECRET || 'TODO',
+        secret: env.AWS_SECRET || 'j4nIT6KSuuuk01g3q4y+eYsuxtIUvMuoyWTfGV86W',
-        secretAccessKey: env.AWS_SECRET || 'TODO',
+        secretAccessKey: env.AWS_SECRET || 'j4nIT6KSuuuk01g3q4y+eYsuxtIUvMuoyWTfGV86W',
  1. Go to https://console.aws.amazon.com/cloudfront/home → Web → Get Started → Create Distribution.

  2. Complete required fields in order to create a new distribution * If you want to use your own domain name, then please fill out the value of Alternate Domain Names).

  3. Copy/paste the Distribution ID as the value for aws.distributionId in boot/config.js:

-        distributionId: env.AWS_DI || 'TODO',
+        distributionId: env.AWS_DI || 'UXCY8BV5VXPSL',
  1. Run gulp watch to start watching changes you make locally to the project. It should automatically open up http://localhost:3000/ in your default browser for you as well (which is the default development URL). Note that you typically don't need to run gulp build before running gulp watch (since it is in package.json as the postinstall script).

Deployment

Manual

To manually deploy and publish changes to your project, simply run gulp deploy. That's all you have to do!

Automated

If you'd like your project to automatically be built and published to Amazon when you git push to GitHub, then configure CircleCI for continuous integration:

  1. Create a new repo on GitHub for your gulp-aws-splash project and push to it your locally checked out copy (ensure that the default circle.yml still exists in your project's root folder).
  2. Log in to CircleCI and add the newly created repository
  3. Create custom environment variables based off your configuration in boot/config.js. Here is a list of all the required variables:
  • GA - Google Analytics ID
  • MC_AU - MailChimp Form Action URL
  • MC_HIN - MailChimp Hidden Input Name
  • AWS_KEY - AWS key
  • AWS_SECRET - AWS secret
  • AWS_BUCKET - AWS bucket
  • AWS_DI - AWS distribution ID

License

MIT