Currently, I'm working as a DevOps Engineer Intern @Atlanhq. (And, I will be a DevOps Engineer in about 2 weeks from now XD )
I'm also an Outreachy'19 alumna @GNOME Foundation.
And yes, I am still in the very process of learning & exploring my ways.
GitHub Actions is an API for cause and effect on GitHub: orchestrate any workflow, based on any event, while GitHub manages the execution, provides rich feedback, and secures every step along the way. With GitHub Actions, workflows and steps are just code in a repository, so you can create, share, reuse, and fork your software development practices.
A CI/CD Pipeline implementation, or Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment, is the backbone of the modern DevOps environment.
You can think of it as a process similar to a software development lifecycle.
.github -> workflows -> main.yaml
(Okay, you don't have to manually set this part too. :D)
name: CI on: push: branches: [ master ] pull_request: branches: [ master ] jobs: build: runs-on: ubuntu-latest steps: - uses: actions/checkout@v2 - name: Run a one-line script run: echo Hello, world! - name: Run a multi-line script run: | echo Add other actions to build, echo test, and deploy your project.
And I (try hard to) write as well , so if you want to read: