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BitBucket as a deployment option

By Leon Stafford @leonstafford2018-10-20 15:56:38.275Z
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    Ed Munroe @EDM2018-10-21 11:47:53.319Z

    I would love to see this. I have been using Netlify connected to my BitBucket account and it has been terrific. I have not used GitLab yet.

    When I considered Gitlab and BitBucket side-by-side, BitBucket's free tier struck me as being more straightforward than GitLab.

    I can see the attraction of GitLab as a self-hosted option, but I reckon that far more people will want to use a hosted service anyway (whether that be GitHub, GitLab or BitBucket).

    1. Leon Stafford @leonstafford2018-10-22 00:24:47.052Z

      starting on BitBucket testing now.

      didn't like seeing this though:

      Finally, we inject a rum.js script into each Bitbucket website. This script captures internal web analytics and statistics.

      Though we could add some extra JS to detect and remove this after it's added :)

      1. EEd Munroe @EDM2018-10-22 07:42:45.896Z

        I think that the rum.js is only inserted when you specifically use BitBucket site hosting ( but not in the use-case we are suggesting: using a BitBucket repository as a code store for a website to be hosted by another service, such as Netlify.

        I can confirm that rum.js does not appear in any of my bb-fed Netlify sites.

        Also, dude, you're complaining about free rum!

        1. Leon Stafford @leonstafford2018-10-23 01:57:43.401Z

          This is available now in the latest snapshot on GitHub - please let me know ho ho and a bottle of rum puns how it goes!

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