The goal of this tutorial is to build a custom webhook receiver using our starter project template as the base. A webhook receiver is a small http server that receives and processes webhooks.
This tutorial assumes you have a working knowledge of the Go programming language. You will also need to install boilr, a scaffolding system used to generate new code projects from templates.
Create the Project
Drone provides scaffolding for creating a new webhook receiver from a project template. We will bootstrap our project using this template.
Install the webhook template.
$ boilr template download drone/boilr-webhook drone-webhook
Create a new webhook project.
$ boilr template use drone-webhook my-webhook-receiver
Customize the Code
The generated project creates a simple server capable of receiving, authenticating and parsing requests. You only need to modify the
plugin.Deliver function to include your custom processing logic.
Build Your Docker Image
The generated project includes a
Dockefile that you can use to build and publish images. You will need to update the Dockerfile entrypoint.
Build your binary file:
$ GOOS=linux CGO_ENABLED=0 go build
Build and publish your Docker image:
$ docker build -t my-webhook-receiver . $ docker push my-webhook-receiver
Start the Webhook Receiver
Create a shared secret used to sign the http request:
$ openssl rand -hex 16 bea26a2221fd8090ea38720fc445eca6
Star the webhook receiver.
$ docker run \ -p 3000:3000 \ -e DRONE_SECRET=bea26a2221fd8090ea38720fc445eca6 \ my-webhook-receiver
Once the webhook receiver is running you will need to provide your Drone server with the webhook endpoint and secret: