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Create the Docker image from the Dockerfile present on Github

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this we will write a dockerfile which is present on the github and with that we are creating the docker image . Docker image is build on your dockerhub repository . We can say that we are setting up automated builds . Github Github is a specific open-source version control system created by linus torvalds in 2005 . It is distributed version control system Continue Reading

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How to Install and Use Github Cli?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Do you ever imagine that you can manage your pull requests or issues directly from CLI instead of Ui, I know if you are someone who loves working with the command line might be bored using UI for GitHub. Thanks to the GitHub Cli through which you can manage all these tasks in the command line. In this blog, we will be looking at the Continue Reading

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How to turn your Git Hub repo into a Helm Chart repo :

Reading Time: 3 minutes Imagine creating a helm chart application of kubernetes but what if someone wants to access your helm-chart. As you know you can access or install helm charts present over internet on helm repositories, by using helm install. You have to first add the repo so that helm can figure out and perform its operations. By <helm repo add command>. For that you must have your Continue Reading

How to Migrate a Repository from GitHub to GitLab?

Reading Time: 4 minutes In This Article, I will be discussing two methods through which we can migrate a Repository from github to Gitlab. So there are Basically Two methods through which we can migrate a repository from Github to Gitlab. First is through UI which is Quite easy. As you may very well know, Gitlab is among the best alternatives to Github, the first that comes to mind, from the available Continue Reading

Squash commits in GIT

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi Readers, In this blog we will learn about the need and the working of squash in GIT. Git Squash is a technique which helps us to condense series of commits into single and meaningful commit. What is squash in GIT? While working on any repository it is very common that we do n numbers of commit. For example, suppose we are working on a Continue Reading

How To Resolve Merge Conflicts In Git Pull Request (PR)?

Reading Time: 2 minutes “How to resolve merge conflicts in Git pull request or a PR?” This question we often ask our friends and colleagues and even Google. It can also look complex and confusing especially if you are new to Git. To resolve your queries, we will talk about it in this article and cover some important questions like “What is a merge conflict?”, “When does a merge Continue Reading

Self-hosted runners for GitHub Actions

Reading Time: 4 minutes Self-hosted runners offer more control of hardware, operating system, and software tools than GitHub-hosted runners. It provide us with ability to create custom hardware and software configuration with more processing ability to run larger jobs. Runners can be physical, virtual, in a container, on-premises, or in a cloud. In this blog, we will be adding a runner in cloud. For introduction to CI/CD using GitHub Continue Reading

Features Of Git Fetch And Git Pull command

Reading Time: 3 minutes Git Fetch command Git fetch command works on the local repository where it only fetches the data from the remote repository to have a look what all the changes has been done by the developers or what all new commits are made by them. So that it updates the developer to work. But, it doesn’t makes a copy of the work instead it allows the Continue Reading

Understanding Git and Git Basic Workflow

Reading Time: 3 minutes Git is a valuable tool for the ones who are in the software industry, and it is the most popular version control system in the world and used by 90% of the industry. It is no doubt a very important skill to have on your resume when starting your career in the industry. In the following article, we will understand what is Git and its Continue Reading

Introduction to Git Flow

Reading Time: 5 minutes Overview Git Flow is an abstract idea of a Git workflow. It helps with continuous software development and implementing DevOps practices. The Git Flow Workflow defines a strict branching model designed around the project release. This provides a robust framework for managing larger projects.   Git Flow is ideally suited for projects that have a scheduled release cycle and for the DevOps best practice of continuous Continue Reading

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Dev Tools to the Rescue – Part 1

Reading Time: 6 minutes Whether you are a software developer working on someone else’s projects or you run a business yourself, utilizing the right tools of the trade is essential. The market of software development tools is an ever-changing one and increasingly competitive. It’s a tough task to decide which one is best suited for you. In this article, we will review some of the best developer tools, ranging from Continue Reading

Manual Trigger In GitHub Actions

Reading Time: 4 minutes This blog will give you an idea of the different options in which we can implement manual trigger using GitHub Actions.In this we will have the answer of following question. Is there a way to trigger a workflow manually in GitHub Actions? There are different event by using which we can trigger the workflow like push, pull-request and many more. You can the detail information Continue Reading

CI/CD using GitHub Actions

Reading Time: 3 minutes GitHub Actions: How to create a pipeline using GitHub Actions? There are many other tools present for CI/CD like Jenkins, Circle CI, Teamcity, and many more. Here we are going to know about GitHub Actions, how to create a pipeline and what are the features of using GitHub Actions. So, Let’s start with the little bit of introduction on GitHub Actions. Introduction GitHub Actions help Continue Reading