A series of coordinated actions is called a workflow. In this video learn how to create a workflow and the events that can be used as triggers.
- [Man] To do anything useful with an action, … we need to start with a workflow. … The main purpose of a workflow … is to define the GitHub event … that triggers execution … of any actions the workflow contains. … Workflows also define which actions will be run … based on the event. … Using these two features together, … one repository can contain several workflows. … Each calling different actions … based on specific events. … With that knowledge … let's start our workflow. … I'm working in a new repository … that I've cloned to my local file system. … There's only a README file here at the moment. … So let's add a workflow. … Workflows are store in a directory named … .GitHub/Workflows … So I'll create that location by entering … mkdir -P .github/workflows … The -p option will create both directories … at the same time. … One thing we need to know about the .github directory … is that on some operating systems, … directories that start with a dot are hidden. … This means if you're looking for them …
- Creating an action
- Creating a workflow
- Adding actions to a workflow
- Using an action from a repository
- Developing a CI/CD pipeline with GitHub Actions
- Building custom actions
- Publishing an action to the GitHub Marketplace
Skill Level Beginner
1. Your First Action
Your first Action2m 31s
2. Connecting Actions with Workflows
3. Using Actions
4. Developing a CI/CD Workflow
5. Building Custom Actions
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