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gitlab-ci-dashboard v6.4.4

Dashboard for monitoring GitLab CI builds and pipelines for TV. This project is based on gitlab-ci-monitor by globo.com

GitLab CI Dashboard

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Dashboard for monitoring GitLab CI builds and pipelines for TV. This is a fork from gitlab-ci-monitor.

Example

Gitlab support

  • Gitlab: 8.30.4, and 10.1.4
  • Gitlab API: V3 and V4

Usage

This project can runs completely in the browser with few parameters on querystring or run in standalone mode using command-line, you can use querystring parameters or using all parameters on json config file.

Parameters

  • config: path or url to config file

  • gitlab: your gitlab server address

  • token: your gitlab token

  • projectsFile/projects:

    • using projectsFile: url to file that contains a list of projects you want to monitor, see below how to create it
    • using projects: list or project you want to moniro, see below how to create it
  • gitlabciProtocol (optional): protocol to access gitlabci api. Default: https

  • hideSuccessCards (optional): hide cards when change to success status. Default: false

  • hideVersion (optional): hide version of cards. Default: false

  • interval (optional): interval, in seconds, that monitor go to gitlab server take a new data. Default 60

  • apiVersion (optional): Gitlab API version. Default: 3

json config sample

{
  "dashboard": {
    "config": {
      "gitlab": "gitlab.example.com",
      "token": "123456",
      "gitlabciProtocol": "https",
      "hideSuccessCards": false,
      "hideVersion": false,
      "interval": 60,
      "apiVersion": 3
    },
    "projects": [
      {
        "description": "React Native render for draft.js model",
        "namespace": "globocom",
        "project": "react-native-draftjs-render",
        "branch": "master"
      }
    ]
  }
}

With these parameters, it will try to fetch the list of projects that this token has access. Then, it will filter the list by the projects parameter and show only the ones that have builds (i.e., that have GitLab CI enabled). Finally, it will show the status from the most recent build in master or the branch you have specified.

Standalone Example:

gitlab-ci-dashboard --gitlab gitlab.example.com --token 2345 --projectsFile ./example.json

## or if you using json config file, just:

gitlab-ci-dashboard --config ./config.json

Server hosted Example:

http://gitlab-ci-dashboard.example.com/?gitlab=gitlab.example.com&token=12345&projectsFile=http://gitlab-ci-dashboard.example.com/example.json

## or if you using json config file, just:

http://gitlab-ci-dashboard.example.com/?config=http://gitlab-ci-dashboard.example.com/config.json

Standalone

# install globally
npm install -g gitlab-ci-dashboard

# run standalone http server
gitlab-ci-dashboard --gitlab gitlab.example.com --token 12345 --projectsFile ./file.json

## or if you using json config file, just:
gitlab-ci-dashboard --config ./config.json

# access https://localhost:8081/?standalone=true on browser

Server hosted

# install dependencies
npm install

# build for production with minification
npm run build

# Copy content of dist folder to your server

Available scripts

# install dependencies
npm install

# serve with hot reload at localhost:8080
npm run dev

# build for production with minification
npm run build

# run http server to access the monitor
npm run server

# run http server to access mocked gitlab-ci api
npm run gitlab-mocked-server

# build for production and view the bundle analyzer report
npm run build --report

# run unit tests
npm run unit

# run e2e tests
npm run e2e

# run all tests
npm test

How to develop

# run dev
npm run dev

# run gitlab-ci mock server
npm run gitlab-mocked-server

# open on browser
http://localhost:8080/?gitlab=localhost:8089&token=_&projectsFile=http://localhost:8080/static/file.json&gitlabciProtocol=http&interval=5

projectsFile migration from versions earlier to 5.x

If your dashboard is using the projectsFile pattern below:

{
  "nameWithNamespace": "native/gitlab-ci-monitor",
  "projectName": "gitlab-ci-monitor",
  "branch": "hackday"
},

Run migration command:

# migration command
gitlab-ci-dashboard-migration --projectsFile example.json

projectsFile creation from gitlab-ci-monitor base project

Take your url dashboard

http://gitlab-ci-monitor.example.com/?gitlab=gitlab.example.com&token=12345&projects=namespace/project1,namespace/project1/branch,namespace/project2

Run migration command:

# migration command
gitlab-ci-dashboard-migration --querystring http://gitlab-ci-monitor.example.com/?gitlab=gitlab.example.com&token=12345&projects=namespace/project1,namespace/project1/branch,namespace/project2

The projects.json would be created

Using

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License

GitLab CI Dashboard is licensed under the MIT license.

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