Seed supports both branch based workflow and pull request based workflow. With branch based workflow, Seed allows you to deploy individual Git branches to different stages.
Create a new branch.
$ git checkout -b new-branch
Push the branch to remote.
$ git push -u origin new-branch
Go to Seed console, navigate to your project and select Create a Stage.
Select a branch (for example,
new-branch) from the drop down, give it a Stage Name, and select Create Stage. A default stage name is pre-filled based on the branch name, you can select a different name.
The stage name is used internally while deploying the project via
serverless deploy --stage STAGE_NAME. The stage name is also used to configure stage variables.
Once a stage is created, it is available across all the services in the app.
You can now click on the stage to take a look at the services deployed in this stage.
And for that service, you create your first build for the stage by either hitting Trigger Deploy or by pushing a commit to the branch that is linked to the stage.
If the build is successful and tests pass, the service gets deployed to this stage. At the same time, a verified build is packaged for production. You can read more about this in the Promoting to production chapter.
Once a stage has been added, Seed will automatically create a new build when you
git push to the update the remote branch.
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