mlwatcher – deploy directory changes to MarkLogic!…

I’ve created a file system watcher to deploy just the changes under a folder to a MarkLogic database. Particularly useful for auto deploying code changes in MarkLogic REST apps during development/demo builds.

Installation and usage instructions here: https://github.com/adamfowleruk/mlwatcher

Also potentially useful for dropping content in to a folder during demos and watching it be deployed to a MarkLogic content DB. (webdav and mlcp alternative) Uses MarkLogic Server’s default detection of file types.

Powered by MLJS and Watchr and of course, Node.js!

Enjoy!

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