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Webpack and collectstatic in CI - Building SaaS #28

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Building SaaS (33 Part Series)

1) Building SaaS with Python and Django #1 2) Reporting scraped data - Building SaaS #2 3 ... 31 3) Multiple Stripe plans - Building SaaS #3 4) Using a background scheduler - Building SaaS #4 5) Updating data models - Building SaaS #5 6) Third party integration modeling - Building SaaS #6 7) Displaying third party data - Building SaaS #7 8) Connecting third party services - Building SaaS #8 9) Finishing third party integration - Building SaaS #9 10) Admin dashboards - Building SaaS #10 11) Semi-automated tasks - Building SaaS #11 12) Automation aides - Building SaaS #12 13) Deploying with Ansible - Building SaaS #13 14) Ansible Cranked to 11 - Building SaaS #14 15) Feature Flags with Django Waffle - Building SaaS #15 16) Feature Flags in Action - Building SaaS #16 17) Canceling Stripe Subscriptions - Building SaaS #17 18) Completing Account Deactivation - Building SaaS #18 19) Pip-tools and App Packaging - Building SaaS #19 20) Making a Shiv App - Building SaaS #20 21) Shiv zipapps and CI - Building SaaS #21 22) Upload to S3 with CircleCI orbs - Building SaaS #22 23) It's Alive! A Django Shiv app - Building SaaS #23 24) In the Guts of a Shiv App - Building SaaS #24 25) It's Permissions, Dummy! - Building SaaS #25 26) Connecting Shiv Apps with Ansible - Building SaaS #26 27) Plug the Shiv App Into Nginx - Building SaaS #27 28) Webpack and collectstatic in CI - Building SaaS #28 29) Add Static Assets to Deployment - Building SaaS #29 30) Ripping Out Node.js - Building SaaS #30 31) Celery In A Shiv App - Building SaaS #31 32) wal-e Postgres Backups - Building SaaS #32 33) Get Out, Git! - Building SaaS #33

In this episode, we updated Continuous Integration (CI) to run webpack and the Django collectstatic command. This is part of the ongoing effort to simplify deployment by moving work to CI.

Show notes for this stream are at Episode 28 Show Notes.

To learn more about the stream, please check out Building SaaS with Python and Django.

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