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How to use the GitHub dependency bot to make sure your packages stay up to date without breaking your code

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In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to add versions to Python dependencies and how to set up Dependabot to run on your GitHub repository to make sure you always have the latest version in your requirements.txt.

Dependabot will send Pull Requests to your repo whenever a package is out of date so you can easily check the changelog, test the new version, and update your requirements file with a single click.

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1:10 - Adding version numbers to dependencies
3:11 - Adding Dependabot using GitHub
5:02 - Reviewing PRs from Dependabot
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