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The Complete GitHub Actions & Workflows Guide

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GitHub recently released GitHub Actions , a CI service competitor to services like TravisCI and CircleCI. GitHub Actions however has the edge of being natively integrated with your GitHub repository. In addition to that, thanks to GitHub’s popularity; GitHub Actions has the advantage of having large ecosystem and community. Using GitHub Actions you will find a lot of official and community pre–made workflows and also the actions marketplace. In the actions marketplace you can find tons of actions which are reusable pieces of code that you can use in your workflows to perform certain tasks like deploying code, interacting with API’s, sending SMS’s, etc…

Learn everything you need to know in order to create GitHub workflows & Actions.

In this course we will comprehensively explore GitHub’s CI service. We will learn what GitHub workflows & actions are. And we will discover everything we can do in a GitHub workflow including how to run commands, use actions, trigger workflows, build matrices, filter by branch and more. Then we will use what we learned to create a real–world example of a CI/CD workflow where we will test, build, deploy our code and more. And finally we will learn how to write custom actions and publish them on the marketplace so that other people can use it.

Instructor Details

Hey there! I am Ali Alaa, a front-end web developer. Years ago I discovered my interest in web development, especially the front-end side. I started exploring the field from HTML/CSS/JS to WordPress theming and JS frameworks. I have been working as a front-end developer for about 7 years. After all these years, I decided to start creating on udemy and share my knowledge with you.

Specification: The Complete GitHub Actions & Workflows Guide

Duration

8 hours

Year

2021

Level

Intermediate

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Rishab Prasad

    This is an amazing amazing course which covers petty much everything! The concepts are well explained with real life examples. The CI/CD workflow example is of production level and very well tailored. Thank you for the amazing course. I would recommend everyone to take this course as it starts from the very basic and then deep dives into complexities and details.

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  2. David Moshal

    wasn’t expecting an intro to yaml in the first lecture, but actually it was super helpful!

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  3. Ray Maldonado

    This is very detailed step by step with additional information in each of the exercises.

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  4. James Preston

    great course, well taught.

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  5. Sudarshan .

    Would have been better if some about basic docker knowledge, Javascript, nodejs, npm, docker, composer, php was taught.

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  6. Deepak Bolangady

    Yes. I have experience with YAML but I learned a few more things in this YAML lesson.

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  7. lucius f

    Really enjoyed this one. I like Alis calm voice, his clean english which is not too complicated but also not to non native. There is a lot of content in this course, and it’s well structured and explained. Personally I like the typos and mistakes happening throughout the course. They kept me activated and it’s actually a simple but effective way to test the knowledge right away. The only thing I hated where those huge vscode tooltips constantly popping up blocking the view. Apart from that I’m happy, and would love to take other course done by Ali.

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  8. Dimitar Dulev

    Overall the course was informative and a good intro to workflows and actions, but I wouldn’t say it is complete. I expected more info on common problems when using workflows. Also there wasn’t any information/tips on managing complex workflows that have multiple jobs.

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