Gulp.js gives us the framework to do Build as code. Similar to Infrastructure as code, this allows us to programmatically define our build process. We will walk through a short example to demonstrate how you can create a complete workflow from a Docker image build to the final Kubernetes Service.
For this section, you will need a NodeJS environment installed and ready including the node package manage (npm). If you do not already have these packages installed, you can find instructions at https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/installing-node.
You can check whether NodeJS is installed correctly with a
node –v command.
You'll also need the Docker CLI and a DockerHub account to push a new image. You can find instructions to install ...