Scala Play Continuous Integration
This guide shows you how to use Semaphore to set up a continuous integration (CI) pipeline for Scala Play web application.
- Demo project
- Overview of the CI pipeline
- Sample configuration
- Run the demo Play project yourself
- Next steps
Semaphore maintains an example Scala Play project:
In the repository you will find an annotated Semaphore configuration file
The application uses sbt and Gradle.
Overview of the CI pipeline
The demo Scala Play CI pipeline performs a build matrix with two parallel jobs, each running on a different version of Java. The build runs sbt and Gradle tasks.
Project is using the following configuration. If you're new to Semaphore, we recommend going through the guided tour and linked documentation pages for more information
# .semaphore/semaphore.yml # Use the latest stable version of Semaphore 2.0 YML syntax: version: v1.0 # Name of your pipeline. In this example we connect two pipelines with # a promotion, so it helps to differentiate what's the job of each. name: Semaphore example for Scala Play # An agent defines the environment in which your code runs. # It is a combination of one of available machine types and operating # system images. See: # - https://docs.semaphoreci.com/article/20-machine-types # - https://docs.semaphoreci.com/article/32-ubuntu-1804-image agent: machine: type: e1-standard-2 os_image: ubuntu1804 # Blocks define the structure of a pipeline and are executed sequentially. # Each block has a task that defines one or many parallel jobs. Jobs define # the commands to execute. # - https://docs.semaphoreci.com/article/62-concepts blocks: - name: "Scala with Play" task: env_vars: # Define an environment variable # Needed for use in scripts/test-sbt and scripts/test-gradle # - https://docs.semaphoreci.com/article/66-environment-variables-and-secrets - name: SCALA_VERSION value: "2.12.6" # Commands in prologue run at the beginning of each parallel job. # - https://docs.semaphoreci.com/article/50-pipeline-yaml prologue: commands: - cd $HOME - ls -lah # Checkout code from Git repository. This step is mandatory if the # job is to work with your code. - checkout # sem-version expects binary version: - sem-version scala 2.12 # Restore dependencies from cache, command won't fail if key is # missing. More on caching: # - https://docs.semaphoreci.com/article/54-toolbox-reference#cache - cache restore sbt-$SEMAPHORE_GIT_BRANCH-$(checksum $SEMAPHORE_PROJECT_NAME/build.sbt),sbt-$SEMAPHORE_GIT_BRANCH,sbt-master - cache restore ivy2-$SEMAPHORE_GIT_BRANCH-$(checksum $SEMAPHORE_PROJECT_NAME/build.sbt),ivy2-$SEMAPHORE_GIT_BRANCH,ivy2-master - cache restore gradle-$SEMAPHORE_GIT_BRANCH-$(checksum $SEMAPHORE_PROJECT_NAME/build.sbt),gradle-$SEMAPHORE_GIT_BRANCH,gradle-master jobs: - name: Tests # Define variables for a build matrix # - https://docs.semaphoreci.com/article/50-pipeline-yaml#matrix matrix: - env_var: JAVA_VERSION values: ["8", "11"] commands: - sem-version java $JAVA_VERSION - ./scripts/test-sbt - ./scripts/test-gradle # Commands in epilogue run at the end of each parallel job. epilogue: commands: - cd $HOME - ls -lah - cache store sbt-$SEMAPHORE_GIT_BRANCH-$(checksum $SEMAPHORE_PROJECT_NAME/build.sbt) .sbt - cache store ivy2-$SEMAPHORE_GIT_BRANCH-$(checksum $SEMAPHORE_PROJECT_NAME/build.sbt) .ivy2/cache - cache store gradle-$SEMAPHORE_GIT_BRANCH-$(checksum $SEMAPHORE_PROJECT_NAME/build.sbt) .gradle/caches
Run the demo Play project yourself
A good way to start using Semaphore is to take a demo project and run it yourself. Here’s how to build the demo project with your own account:
- Fork the project on GitHub to your own account.
- Clone the repository on your local machine.
- In Semaphore, follow the link in the sidebar to create a new project.
- Create your secret as per instructions above.
- Edit any file and push GitHub, and Semaphore will run the CI/CD pipeline.
Congratulations! You have set up your first Scala continuous integration project on Semaphore. As the next step you will probably want to configure deployment. For more information and practical examples, see: