In today's fast-paced world, software development is all about speed, scalability, and staying ahead of the competition. CodeNow has been at the forefront of enabling development teams to achieve just that. With our robust and versatile API, we're taking a giant leap forward in empowering developers to build, scale, and automate like never before.
Redesign deployment configuration
Codenow will provide the capability of a 2-way or 3-way merge between default, previous, or newly created configurations for deployment to the target environment. The second enhancement for deployment configuration will be that user can mark any file in his repository as a configuration file, and the Codenow will provide the capability to change the file for any single environment. Then the Codenow will inject all configuration files to their respective locations in the runtime container corresponding to their location in the Git repository.
Support for mono repositories
CodeNow will provide the option to create a new application component like a part of the mono repository (git repository that hosted multiple application components). The user will use the feature to create a new component as a link from the existing Git repository and the repository would be a mono repository as well.
Redesign the creation of a new application component
The number of options for creating new application components in CodeNow leads to a chaotic form. We decided to redesign the way to create the application component and introduce a new step-by-step wizard that provides a full spectrum of possibilities for how to create components in a more precise way.
Auto-provisioning certificate for custom domain (non-wildcard domains)
Enable the option to let CodeNow provision a certificate for the user's custom domain. CodeNow will provision the certificate thru let's encrypt CA and use it HTTP01 DNS challenge, so there will be limitations - this feature will provide the capability to provision only non-wildcard domains.