Compatibility for pushkin-sitetemplate-default v1.2.0 with pushkin-cli v3.0.0

In pushkin-sitetemplate-default v.2.0.0, we made some changes to the configuration files to improve security and allow for future upgrades. v3+ of the CLI assumes these changes. To use the new CLI and to benefit from these changes, please make the following quick adjustments:

A.

  1. Make a temporary copy of pushkin/front-end/src/config.js with the [New version].

  2. Replace pushkin/front-end/src/config.js with the [New version]

  3. Make a temporary copy of pushkin.yaml.

  4. Replace pushkin.yaml with [New Version]

  5. Restore any customization you had made to pushkin.yaml by comparing your temporary copy with the new version. Most likely, the only customization you would have done is changing DockerHubID.

  6. Look at your temporary copy of config.js. You will see that the settings in config.js have all moved to the config section of pushkin.yaml. Please edit pushkin.yaml to reflect any such customization. For instance, if you changed your email from me@mydomain.com to an actual email address, update it.

B.

For each experiment:

await pushkin.connect('/api/[YOUR EXPERIMENT]');

Replace this with

await pushkin.connect(this.props.api);

and save.

Run:

$ yarn upgrade pushkin-api --latest
#!/bin/bash
echo "Worker started. Waiting for rabbitMQ"
AMQP_DOMAIN=$(echo $AMQP_ADDRESS | sed -e "s/[^/]*\/\/\([^@]*@\)\?\([^:/]*\).*/\2/")
echo "Waiting for port 5672 on $AMQP_DOMAIN"
while ! nc -z $AMQP_DOMAIN 5672; do sleep 3; done
echo "Rabbitmq loaded"
node index.js

C.

  1. Open pushkin/front-end/src/components/Quizzes/TakQuiz.js. Add a new line at the very top:
import { CONFIG } from '../../config';

Then, on line 24, you should see:

<QuizComponent {...this.props} />

replace this with

        <QuizComponent {...this.props} api={CONFIG.apiEndpoint.concat('/').concat(match.params.quizName)} />

and save.

  1. Go to pushkin/api. Run:
$ yarn upgrade pushkin-api --latest

D.

  1. Run $ pushkin setup-transaction-db