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Supermarket Belongs to the Community

Supermarket belongs to the community. While Chef has the responsibility to keep it running and be stewards of its functionality, what it does and how it works is driven by the community. The chef/supermarket repository will continue to be where development of the Supermarket application takes place. Come be part of shaping the direction of Supermarket by opening issues and pull requests or by joining us on the Chef Mailing List.

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webapp (8) Versions 0.1.4

Deploy a web application (Ruby on Rails or NodeJS) using industry best practices. Used with Amoeba Deploy Tools.

cookbook 'webapp', '= 0.1.4', :supermarket
cookbook 'webapp', '= 0.1.4'
knife supermarket install webapp
knife supermarket download webapp
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Webapp Cookbook

This cookbook is a set of best practices for deploying web applications. Currently this is mainly focused around Ruby on Rails, but with limited support in the works for Node. We assume that code will be deployed and managed with Capistrano.

Part of the Amoeba Deploy Tools, this cookbook is used to rapidly build out a Ruby on Rails deployment in minutes. See Amoeba Deploy Tools for more information:


Currently this is tested and works on Ubuntu 12.04 Server.

You must add the following to your Cookbooks manager. For Librarian Chef you can add the following
to your Cheffile:

cookbook 'rvm',     github: 'fnichol/chef-rvm'
cookbook 'monit',   github: 'phlipper/chef-monit'
cookbook 'nginx',   github: ''


TODO: List you cookbook attributes here.



<td>whether to include bacon</td>



TODO: Write usage instructions for each cookbook.

Just include webapp in your node's run_list:

  "run_list": [


We welcome contributions to the repo. Please follow a Github friendly process:

  1. Fork the repository on Github
  2. Create a named feature branch (like add_component_x)
  3. Write your change
  4. Write tests for your change (if applicable)
  5. Run the tests, ensuring they all pass
  6. Submit a Pull Request using Github

License and Authors

* Daniel Jabbour Amoeba Labs

Dependent cookbooks

nodejs ~> 1.3.0
postgresql ~> 3.3.4
redisio ~> 1.7.0
rvm ~> 0.9.1
monit ~> 1.5.0
nginx 2.2.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

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