New in Developer Cloud – Fn Support and Wercker Integration by Shay Shmeltzer

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Over the weekend we rolled out an update to your Oracle Developer Cloud Service instances which introduces several new features. In this blog we’ll quickly review two of them – Support for the Fn project and integration with the Wercker CI/CD solution. These new features further enhance the scope of CI/CD functionality that you get in our team development platform.

Project Fn Build Support

Fn is a function-as-a-service open-source platform lead by Oracle and available for developers looking to develop portable functions with a variety of languages. If you are not familiar with Project Fn a good intro on why you should care is this blog, and you can learn more on it through the Fn project’s home page on GitHub.

In the latest version of Developer Cloud you have a new option in the build steps menu that helps you define various Fn related commands as part of your build process. So for example if you Fn project code is hosted in the Git repository provided by your DevCS project, you can use the build step to automate a process of building and deploying the function you created. Read the complete article here.

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