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This plugin catch webhooks and call Cloudways API for start a new deployment.


See documentation tab for setup this properly.


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  1. Install this plugin

  2. Setup the link between Cloudways and GitHub

    1. Go to your Cloudways dashboard and generate SSH Keys (Your app > Deployment Via Git > Generate SSH Keys)
    2. Download the SSH keys
    3. Go to your GitHub repo settings > Deploy keys and add the keys previously downloaded
    4. Go to Cloudways (Your app > Deployment Via Git) and set the Git Remote addressa and branch
    5. Click Start Deployment
  3. Create a Cloudways API key

    1. Log into the Cloudways Platform
    2. Generate your API key using this link https://platform.cloudways.com/api
    3. Copy the Key and Email (it is required in the settings for the plugin)
  4. Configure your plugin in the Settings menu.

    • You can find your App id in the URL
      ex: https://platform.cloudways.com/apps/42/access_detail means that the app id is 42
    • Server ID can be found with by the same way
      ex: https://platform.cloudways.com/server/15/access_detail means that the server id is 15
    • Don't forget to change the GitHub URL to match your repos.
  5. Add a Webhook to your Git Repository

    1. Copy the WebHook URL: displayed on the plugin settings page
    2. Go to your GitHub repo's Settings > Webhooks section
    3. Click on Add Webhook
    4. Paste the WebHook URL provided by the plugin in the Payload URL field and click Add webhook

Renaming token in webhook_token

Sep 13, 2017


First version of CloudwaysDeploy

Sep 13, 2017