This post walks through migrating a build from Travis CI to GitHub Actions.

Recently, a colleague pointed out that I was still configuring Travis-CI on new GitHub repos and suggested I used GitHub Actions instead. I had given Actions the ol’ five-minute test when it was still in beta, but ran into a few problems and gave up. After all, I’ve been a fan of Travis-CI for a while and I had enough new things to learn at the time.

Still, if GitHub Actions lives up to the hype, it would mean one less external service to worry about with all the usual concerns like downtime, access control, etc. In this post, I’m going to walk through migrating an existing repository to GitHub Actions and share what I learn as I go.

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Migrate From Travis CI to GitHub Actions
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