The CI/CD tool built and used by GitHub—Actions—allows you to build, test and deploy your code straight from GitHub, taking care of all the automation to make it happen smoothly. The possibilities are endless!
GitHub Actions allows you to automate your development task, enabling you to build CI/CD pipelines or automatically triage GitHub issues. In this post, you'll learn about the building blocks of Actions while building two basic workflows as examples.
More organizations these days are establishing test automation practices. However, some teams don’t run them as frequently as they should. Continuous integration will help run them regularly. Here are some reasons why you may want to consider implementing a CI pipeline in your project.
With its latest R1 2021 release, Test Studio expanded the capabilities it offers testers in an effort to help them modernize their testing portfolio. This blog post will give you a recap of the most interesting questions that were asked during the live release webinar session—carefully selected and answered by Test Studio's automation engineers.
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