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Simple Gulp plugin for deploying AWS Elastic Beanstalk





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Gulp plugin for deploying AWS Elastic Beanstalk applications


This is inspired by this other projects gulp-beanstalk-deploy by SeungJae Lee and gulp-elasticbeanstalk-deploy by Juan José Herrero Barbosa.

A plugin devloped in Typescript that helps you deploy your applications to AWS Elastic Beanstalk services easily using Gulp.


You can install this plugin by running this command on the terminal

$ npm install gulp-elb-deploy

Usage Example

import gulp from "gulp",
import  eb_deploy from "gulp-elb-deploy";

gulp.task("deploy", function () {
  return gulp
    .src(["<application-directory-path>"], {
      base: "./",
      nodir: true,
        version: "APPLICATION_VERSION",
        timestamp: true,
        waitForDeploy: true,
        accessKeyId: "AWS_ACCESS_KEY",
        secretAccessKey: "AWS_SECRET_KEY",
        signatureVersion: "AWS_ENVIRONMENT_VERSION",
        region: "AWS_ENVIRONMENT_REGION",
        bucket: "AWS_ENVIRONMENT_S3_BUCKET",



  • Type: string
  • Default: package.json version

The version that will be used on the filename for the .zip file


  • Type: string
  • Default: false

Determine whether the filename will contain a time and date


  • Type: string
  • Default: false

Determine whether to wait for the upload to finish


  • Type: string
  • Default: ~/.aws/credentials

The access key provided by AWS associated with the IAM user or AWS account. How do I create an AWS access key?.


  • Type: string
  • Default: ~/.aws/credentials

The secret key provided by AWS associated with the IAM user or AWS account. How do I create an AWS scret key?.


  • Type: string
  • Default: v4

Version of AWS requests


  • Type: string
  • Required

AWS application region. See AWS service endpoints.


  • Type: string
  • Required

The name of an AWS application associated with the IAM user or AWS account. See AWS application name


  • Type: string
  • Required

The name of an AWS environment associated with your application. See AWS CreateEnvironment


  • Type: string
  • Required

The name of an AWS S3 bucket associated with your Elastic Beanstalk. See Elastic Beanstalk with Amazon S3




Mark Anthony Ignacio