Finding a step
The registry makes it easy to search for steps by
tag, and sort by popularity.
Since everybody can create steps, you may want to check the code of the steps before you use them, you may want to limit yourself to official wercker steps.
Each step has a detailed page that shows all the information you need to start using it. In the header you will find some basic information on the version number, who published it, last updated and how many times it has been executed.
How to use it
Copying and pasting the example code to your
wercker.yml is the quickest way to start using a step.
Most the of steps need environment variables setup to work
Each step also shows the
README.MD that is located in the Git repo. This usually tells you a bit more what the available
options of that step are, which
environment variables it expects, how to use it and what it actually does.
The creation of steps is currently not supported in the Docker enabled (Ewok) version of wercker. All
steps that are currently deployed in the step registry are however available to use, as well as new ones created on the
Classic version of wercker.
If you are looking in to creating your own custom step, continue reading the following link.