GitHub Actions allows you to automate, customize and execute your software development workflows inside your repository.
In my projects, I like to run my test every time there's a push to my branch. To do this, I only need repository enabled with GitHub Action workflows.
I can create a GitHub Action workflow by navigating to the Actions tab in my project.
GitHub recommends workflows for me to use and can even make recommendations based on the programming language.
After committing the CI template workflow file, I can see my tests passing directly in my repo.
GitHub Actions run on several GitHub webhook events. I recommend checking out the GitHub Documentation for the full list.
Jump into GitHub Actions today by exploring outstanding community actions in the GitHub Marketplace is also a great place to get started.
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