How To Integrate Gulp With RazorOps CICD

Created by Shiva G, Modified on Thu, 27 Apr 2023 at 03:25 PM by Shyam Mohan K

What is gulp ?

Gulp is a popular open-source JavaScript toolkit that is used to automate repetitive tasks in web development. It is a task runner that can be used to automate various tasks, such as compiling CSS from Sass or Less files, minifying JavaScript files, optimizing images, and much more. Gulp uses a stream-based approach to process files, which allows for faster and more efficient task execution. It is highly configurable and has a large number of plugins available that can be used to extend its functionality. Gulp is commonly used in modern web development workflows, particularly for front-end web development.

How to use GULP tool in working environment: 

  1. Install Node. js and Gulp.

  2. Create a package. json and list dependencies (Gulp and plugins).

  3. Install NPM modules.

  4. Create a gulpfile. js .

  5. Configure tasks you need to run.

  6. Run those tasks in the command line while you work.

     We integrate Gulp with Razorops using the .razorops.yaml file, similar to the above process

Github repository :



    runner: node:10


    - checkout

    # installing npm 

    - run: npm install

    # know about version

    - run: npm --version

    # installing gulp cli with global 

    - run: npm install -g gulp-cli

    # know about gulp version 

    - run: gulp --version

    # installing sass with dev 

    - run: npm install sass gulp-sass --save-dev

    # running gulp sass task #

    - run: gulp sass

Gulp integration with Razorops :

    Step 1: login to razorops with github 

To establish a connection with a GitHub repository in a workflow, select 'New Pipeline'.

Select Github 

Select the Super-Simple-Gulp-File (working repository) as the Gulp repository of choice here.

Select repository and confirm


After adding the .razororps.yaml file to the repository, a pipeline will be automatically triggered in the workflow based on the commit ID

Build process Running

If the build process is successful, we can locate the logs in the 'logs' section.

Here, we include the Sass task in the script to generate and compile the .css file

The Sass task has started and finished, resulting in the creation of a 'dist' folder containing the 'style.css' file.

conclusion :- 

        Integrating Gulp with RazorOps CI/CD pipeline is a powerful way to automate frontend development tasks and streamline your development process. This integration involves configuring the pipeline to run Gulp tasks, such as compiling Sass, concatenating JavaScript files, and optimizing images.

Once you have met the prerequisites, you can follow the step-by-step instructions provided in the RazorOps tutorial to configure the pipeline to run Gulp tasks.

By integrating Gulp with RazorOps, you can automate repetitive frontend development tasks, reducing the risk of errors and improving efficiency. The integration also enables you to test your frontend code and ensure that it meets the required quality standards before deployment. Overall, this integration is a valuable addition to your CI/CD pipeline and can help you deliver high-quality frontend code to your customers.

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