Join Aaron Stewart for an in-depth discussion in this video Add a CI unit test, part of GitHub Essential Training.
- [Instructor] Now one of the great things about CI, … that we can add to it, … to our continuous integration jobs … that will run whenever it builds. … So at this point, let's add one of these unit tests. … In this example, we'll be using an HTMLProofer test … So by adding this to our test links unit test … before it even gets merged. … which is to add this HTMLProofer unit test. … So it will go ahead and test our code … to make sure it passes this unit test. … in some of these previous steps, … So we can go ahead and commit this suggestion … by clicking on the Commit suggestion dropdown. … And by committing these changes, … remember every time we add a new commit, …
- Designing your delivery pipeline
- Enabling continuous integration (CI)
- Adding automated builds
- Making changes based on code reviews
- Adding unit testing
- Adding continuous delivery to your CI pipeline
- Examining commit relationships in Git
- Working with branches in Git
- Reverting changes
- Troubleshooting in Git
- Resolving merge conflicts
- Fine-tuning the GitHub flow
- Adopting an inner-source culture
Skill Level Intermediate
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3. Understanding How Git Works
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5. Resolving Merge Conflicts
6. Customizing Your Workflows
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