GitHub Actions is a continuous integration tool that allows developers to automate tasks for their web projects. In this course, learn how to use this powerful tool to build workflows triggered by events, as well as how to create your own custom actions. Instructor Michael Jenkins shows how to create your first actions and then construct a workflow that runs them. He demonstrates how to use featured and prebuilt actions, as well as additional actions from the GitHub Marketplace and public repositories. Plus, he shows how to plan and develop custom actions and goes over use cases that highlight the benefits of Actions for continuous integration and application deployment.
Creating an action
Creating a workflow
Adding actions to a workflow
Using an action from a repository
Using environment variables
Building custom actions
Use cases for actions and workflows
Skill Level Beginner
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