currently we have a .env file with the following definitions in the backend of a Nx project HOST=$HOST USER_DB=$USER_DB PASS_DB=$PASS_DB We are using this approach for not hardcoding anything, so we can have that .env file in our repo without any problem. The workflow of the CodePipeline is: Testing/Linting Build image and put it into ..
I’m new on the whole aws stuff and stuck with the deployment. I’ve the typical angular basic example app which I’d like to be build and deployed to elasticbeanstalk automatically as soon as master is changed. I’ve setup a codepipeline. Code is checked out automatically from Bitbucket. But when it’s build, I’ve got this error ..
My angular project seems to suddenly fails to build on AWS Code Build. I even reverted back to a commit before I made changes to the project (these changes wouldn’t have affected the packages or build commands anyway but thought I would just incase something had changed). When I build using ng build –prod on ..
i have angular application running on aws code pipeline and suddenly it start throwing this error. i did lot of this including "node –max-old-space-size=8192" etc ..! but nothing resolve this error. can someone please help me to resolve this. To disable this warning use "ng config -g cli.warnings.versionMismatch false". <— Last few GCs —> [181:0x4ab9280] ..
I want to deploy my angular project which uses Amplify library for Cognito auth. The requirement is to deploy the project in multiple aws account like testing, staging, and live. Also, there are separate Cognito pools for each account, so I want to use the configurations file to store Cognito pool details and use them ..
I am trying to deploy an angular app Elastic Beanstalk with codepipeline. Everything going file ,only deploy gets failed with error message "Provide one of these files:Dockerrun.aws.json". Below is buildspec.yml file- version: 0.2 phases: install: runtime-versions: nodejs: 12 commands: – echo Installing angular cli… – npm install – npm install -g @angular/[email protected] build: commands: – ..