DevOps, one of the important practices that every developer should follow to extensively optimize their tasks. Clearly, it’s not limited to the topic we are discussing but it’s highly used in the industry. Automate your build & release with Github Actions
DevOps, one of the important practices that every developer should follow to extensively optimize their tasks. Clearly, it’s not limited to the topic we are discussing but it’s highly used in the industry.
So you may ask what are those practices? Well, there are a lot of uses cases but one of the common use-case in software development is supposed you are working on a project & a person wants to contribute to your work then how can you verify that his commit does not break the project with your latest commit upon merging. Surely you can verify it manually but it’s highly time-consuming. At this point, you can use some type of automation to automate this process (called CI). You can also use it for deploying your project like creating a new Github release or can publish them to stores (your imagination drives you), this process is called *CD *(continuous deployment).
In this guide, we will be using the one provided by Github called Actions.
This is not a typical article on how to do “this”, here I’ll be focusing on concepts so that you then can write your own workflow in _ways _you want.
I wrote this article with the experience I earned by using Github Actions over the past couple of months. In case, if there is something that has a better version of representing itself feel free to let me know & I’ll update the article.
A non-technical description of it would be “It is an API which will trigger a workflow based on any event that occurs in a repository”.
.github/workflows) that contains some set of jobs that will run for each specified events.
Each job will be run on a fresh instance of virtual machines maintained by Github themselves (hosted runners). Each hosted runner has a defined hardware configuration. You can configure your custom runner to run your workflows in a docker container as well.
Also, there are a lot of prebuilt actions you can use from the official marketplace. We will use some of them in further examples.
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A common challenge that cloud native application developers face is manually testing against inconsistent environments. GitHub Actions can be triggered based on nearly any GitHub event making it possible to build in accountability for updating tests and fixing bugs.
DevOps and Cloud computing are joined at the hip, now that fact is well appreciated by the organizations that engaged in SaaS cloud and developed applications in the Cloud. During the COVID crisis period, most of the organizations have started using cloud computing services and implementing a cloud-first strategy to establish their remote operations. Similarly, the extended DevOps strategy will make the development process more agile with automated test cases.
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