This repository contains a collection of useful tools for use with Taskcluster. Generally, we strive to not add UI to Taskcluster components, but instead offer well documented APIs that can be easily consumed using a client library for Taskcluster. See Taskcluster documentation site for details.
Developing Taskcluster Tools
Prerequisites for building Taskcluster Tools
- Node version v8+
First, fork this repository to another GitHub account. Then you can clone and install:
git clone https://github.com/<YOUR_ACCOUNT>/taskcluster-tools.git cd taskcluster-tools yarn
src/: source code
src/App: top-level component, holds page layout, route rendering, and login handling
src/views: route-based components typically matching a URL, e.g.
src/components: generic components that can be used in any view (not view-specific)
Tasks and Configuration
- Compile ES2015+ syntax to ES5-compatible JS
- Compile React JSX to de-sugared JS
- Show ESLint errors based on R&P rules
- Build views into cacheable bundles
- Importing files directly via JS and output to the bundle
Install npm dependencies and start it up:
This will start a local development server on port 9000 (http://localhost:9000).
Any ESLint errors across the project will be displayed in the terminal during development.
yarn start: the default development build, watches
src/, and serves on
yarn build: builds
src/files into a
Memory problems during development
It's possible that when building a larger project like taskcluster-tools that Node.js will run out
of memory for the amount of files being built during development. As a workaround, instead of
yarn start, run the following to run the same command with more memory:
node --max-old-space-size=4096 node_modules/.bin/neutrino start
You may need to adjust the memory size to your machine specs accordingly.
Until someone comes up with something better, all testing is manual. Open the tools and check that they work. :)
Ngrok Setup (optional)
Ngrok allows you to expose a web server running on your local machine to the internet. Ngrok is used to create an https connection, so that you can login to the taskcluster-tools. For using ngrok:
- Create a free account on ngrok.
- Install ngrok -
npm install -g ngrokor
yarn global add ngrok
- Run ngrok -
ngrok http 9000
Note: You have to run ngrok in a separate terminal/console.