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  • Understanding and Setting up Continuous Integration for MyShuttle Using GitHub Actions

    Introduction Introduction to GitHub Actions for Automated Workflows: GitHub Actions is an integrated automation platform allowing developers to define, customize, and automate workflows within their GitHub repositories. Using YAML files, developers can automate tasks like building, testing, and deploying software, simplifying complex processes with reusable actions. Benefits of using GitHub Actions for setting up and…

  • Terraform for Azure Cloud: Simplifying Infrastructure as Code (IaC) 

    Terraform is an open-source Infrastructure as Code (IaC) tool developed by HashiCorp. It enables users to define and provision infrastructure resources in a declarative and consistent manner. In the context of Azure Cloud, Terraform provides a powerful solution for managing and automating the deployment of resources.  Let’s dive into the resources we are creating using…

  • GitHub Capabilities in Mobile – Android & iOS

    Both an iOS and an Android app are available for GitHub Mobile. You can complete high-impact projects quickly and remotely with GitHub Mobile. It is safe and secure to access your GitHub data via a trusted, first-party client programme. With GitHub Mobile you can: Manage, triage, and clear notifications Read, review, and collaborate on issues…

  • Security Feature & Permission Access Capabilities in GHAS (GitHub Advanced Security)

    Customers who purchase an Advanced Security license from GitHub get access to additional security capabilities. The GHAS feature comparison and the permission access requirements for security features are also visible. For users of GitHub Enterprise, there is an add-on called GitHub Advanced Security (GHAS). The feature set for code scanning, secret scanning, and dependency review…

  • Using Git LFS to Manage Large File Storage

    Git LFS (Huge File Storage) is an open-source Git extension that was created by Atlassian, GitHub, and few other open-source contributors. It minimizes the impact of large files in your repository by downloading the necessary copies of them slowly. Small file storage was the original purpose of Git. Uploading some huge files is necessary in…

  • Accelerating Digital Transformation with GitHub

    Hi all, in this blog I would like to share few insights on how you can leverage GitHub for your development platform inspired by the way you work. Many people come to GitHub because they want to contribute to open source 📖 projects, or they're invited by teammates or classmates who use it for their…

  • GitHub Product Purchasing Details

    In the previous blog we would have seen what GitHub is, who started this project and how it evolved over time. We discussed about how it is different from Git, even though GitHub is created from Git, it provides lot of other functionalities for carry out DevOps practices. We also discussed about different variants of…

  • Intro to Git and GitHub and Difference

    Let us check what is Git and GitHub and how they work. To understand this, let us imagine a scenario where we are writing a document or a piece of software or app or just an essay or poem. When we start to write or develop we create the file(s) and then write stuff into…

  • Git Command line Options

    Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git is commonly used for open source and commercial software development. GitHub is a web-based service for version control using Git. Basically, it is a social code-hosting platform for developers. You can…

  • Integration of Git into Visual Studio

    Nearly all versions of the Visual Studio IDE provide integration features for source control. Git Client is directly built into all the latest versions of Visual Studio IDE. This documentation is about using git in Visual Studio 2019 version. Git Cloning Process: – 1. All features relevant to Git are available at the ‘Team Explorer’ section.…