Learn about Travis CI and how to set up automated builds of your project. Find out how to add the required files for a Travis build to your project.
- [Instructor] Travis CI is a tool…that makes it easy to do automated testing…and deployment.…For this project, we'll use Travis…to automatically build and deploy the site…whenever the files in GitHub change.…All you need to do is sign in to Travis…with your existing GitHub account.…If it's the first time you've used Travis,…you need to authorize Travis…to access your GitHub account.…Once you sign in and go to the homepage,…click on the plus icon on the left side…to add a new repository.…If you don't see the repository you just added…in the last step, go ahead and click…the sync account button at the top right.…
Once you see your repo here in the list,…toggle it on and then click the gear icon.…In the Travis settings switch on…build only if .travis.yml is present.…Travis looks for a file called .travis.yml…in the root of your repository.…So let's go create that file.…I'm going to open up my code editor…from my project folder, and then, in the root…of the folder, I'm going to create a new file…called .travis.yml.…
This file tells Travis what to do…
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- Advantages of static sites
- Tools for building static sites
- Installing Hugo and Git
- Creating a new Hugo site
- Building a website
- Setting up a deployment pipeline
- Deploying and testing a site
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1. How Static Sites Work
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