Tent is a content management system that leverages a Github Repository to store its content and its history. That allows Tent to use the Content as code standard.
Some steps are required for using tent.
Create the repository that will store your content, by using this page.
Once it's created go into project Settings in the Webhooks menu.
Here you can create a new hook with the following URL
https://YourAppPublicDomain/api/repo/update and default settings.
Tent needs an OAuth application configured in order to work.
The application can be bound to an user (using this form)
or an organization (
Once it's created client id and client secret will be available.
You can also change several other parameters including Authorization callback URL:
this should be set as
Download the latest version of the binary or build it from source.
In order to do so install latest version of Go
go get gopkg.in/securityfirst/tent.v3/tent.
This will install it in your
$GOPATH (that should be
Now you create a configuration file named
.tent.yaml in your
$HOME folder using the following contents as example.
Github: Handler: "awesomeorg" Project: "myawesomeproject" Branch: "master" Config: Id: "YOUR_CLIENT_ID" Secret: "YOUR_CLIENT_SECRET" OAuthHost: "https://YourAppPublicDomain" Login: Endpoint: "/auth/login" Logout: Endpoint: "/auth/logout" Callback: Endpoint: "/auth/callback" RandomString: "whatever" Port: 80 Transifex: Project: "project-name" Username: "user" Password: "password"
Once everything is ready you can start the app using
You can work on a specific branch of your content project, this is very usefull for testing purpose (i.e. a big update on content).