This article illustrates the steps to configure Strider for Email Notifications. First, let's start with an overview of related Strider blogposts.
You have to configure the Strider server and pass the SMTP credentials as environment variables to the server process. You can pass the SMTP configuration as parameters for the start command like
SMTP_PORT=587 SMTP_HOST="smtp.mailgun.org ./bin/strider or set the environment variables using
Required SMTP parameters are
SMTP_PORT is set to 587 by default.
email@example.com as standard address.
SMTP_HOST: SMTP server hostname (e.g smtp.mailgun.org)
SMTP_PORT: SMTP server port (default: 587)
SMTP_USER: SMTP server auth username
SMTP_PASS: SMTP server auth password
SMTP_FROM: emails from address (default: Strider firstname.lastname@example.org)
(Re)start your Strider server with SMTP configuration and proceed the following steps to activate email notifications for your builds.
The Strider platform is build around a powerful extension loader. The Strider ecosystem provides many extensions for different services. Extensions are called: plugins.
We use the strider-email-notifier plugin to enable email notifications for successful or failed builds.
First, you need to install the Email Notifier plugin in the Strider admin panel. Head over to
Admin -> Plugins and hit the install button if not already installed.
Afterwards, go to the project settings of the project you want to have email notifications enabled.
The Email Notifier plugin is now available in the Available Plugins box. Drag and drop the Email Notifier plugin from Available Plugins to Active Plugins.
That's it. You've activated email notifications for your project.
By default, notifications are only send if the build status changes. In case your last build succeeded and you're building again, there won't be any notification. Change the plugin configuration to inform you on every build about the result.
This way, you can verify successful email notification configuration. If everything is fine, just uncheck the setting to send emails for every build.
Relax and test your code! Now you'll know if something broke.