I wanted to describe how my flow usually works for creating a GitHub Actions. People often struggle to think of something to build because they start with an empty canvas: the action itself. That is not how I build up the action. For me the process is as follows: Have a need for something straightforward: like… READ MORE
I notice a lot of people getting lost in their GitHub notifications. Here is what you can do to get some control back! The default settings send you emails for everything. A lot of people then create an email rule to move all those emails to a specific folder, which means they will never look… READ MORE
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Manage your dev.to blog posts from a GIT repo and use continuous deployment to auto publish/update themBlog Posts
Have you ever wished that you had a monorepo (*1 ) containing all of your dev.to posts on GitHub and once you merge an update into the master branch they would just automatically be updated on dev.to? 1) or multiple repositories, it doesn’t matter 😃 Then you’ll be pleased with what’s coming, otherwise I’ll let you… READ MORE