Zeet has support for GitLab through Webhooks. Webhooks enables GitLab to send notifications to Zeet in response to an even in your repo. Here is how you can set this up in Zeet in 5 easy steps.
1. Create a GitLab Access token
First, navigate to Access Tokens under User Settings. Here, you can create a new Access Token. Let's call it
zeet and under scopes, select
Alternatively, if you have one, you can use a Group Access Token as a valid Access Token and skip step 2.
2. Copy Access token
Now, you should see your brand new zeet Access Token. In the top of your screen, you should be able to see and copy the actual value of your token. Let's grab this onto our clipboard and head over to Zeet.
3. Create a new Integration on Zeet
Head over to the integrations section under Team Settings -> Integrations and paste in the copied Access Token. If successful, you should be able to see a URL and Secret token for your new GitLab webhook integration!
4. Add Webhook to your project
Now that we have created the GitLab webhook, the next step is to add this to your GitLab project. For your project, navigate to Settings -> Webhook as shown in the image below.
Here, you can copy and paste the URL and Secret token from Step 3 and select all the fields for the webhook scope, as well as have SSL verification on and then press the "Add webhook" button.
You should now be able to see your Zeet <-> GitLab Webhook Integration.
5. Deploy project using Zeet
Now that everything has been set up, it's time to actually deploy your project to your cloud using Zeet! Create a new GitLab project in Zeet here - https://zeet.co/new/gitlab. Enter the URL for your GitLab project, select the cluster you wish to deploy to, then give your new Zeet project a name and deploy! It's that easy!
You should now see your project being built and deployed to your cluster.