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Part 1 of “Comparing CI/CD Tools”. In this introduction to GitHub Actions, we’ll explore how easy it is to build and deploy a simple Python Flask application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk.


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Introduction to the core concepts of Git, one of the most common source code management systems.

Getting Started — Install and Configure


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A quick script example using “git bundle” to help archive git repositories to AWS Glacier or GCS Coldline storage.


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This quickstart guide will show you how to use GitHub Actions to deploy a Python Flask application AWS Elastic Beanstalk.

  1. The Flask application — a simple “Hello World!” example.
  2. AWS Elastic Beanstalk — a service that automates the deployment and scaling of a web application. It takes in our source code and takes care of all the infrastructure configuration.
  3. GitHub Actions — available from within your GitHub repository, provides the means to run workflows such as builds, tests, and deployments.

Create GitHub repository & workflow


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Speed up your WordPress website with AWS CloudFront serving all your images, css, and javascript content.


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Part 2 of “Comparing CI/CD Tools”. In this introduction to Buddy, we’ll explore how easy it is to build and deploy a simple Python Flask application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk.


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Guide for developers to get up and running with Jenkins running in Docker (on Windows).


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Guide for developers to get up and running with Jenkins running in Docker (on Windows).


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Guide for developers to get up and running with Jenkins running in Docker (on Windows).


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Tips on how developers can include source code within their Medium articles.

#1 — Inline code

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