In our advanced course on building REST APIs, we teach how to use Travis-CI to run unit tests and linting for your project.
Since launching the course, GitHub has launched their own CI/CD workflow tool called GitHub Actions and many students…
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We have all been there and probably done it ourselves.
An app randomly breaks or crashes, so you type "git log" to see what has changed recently.
The history reads like:
18:15: More updates.
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Git Flow is a new tool I’ve been using that’s been an amazing time saver for me, so I wanted to share it with you here. It’s an open-source GitHub project that some developer has kindly made for the developer community. The purpose of…
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