GitHub integration

Integrating your project in Buddy with GitHub allows you to create pipelines that will build, test and deploy your code to the server.

Pipeline example

Buddy is a pipeline delivery automation tool that integrates with GitHub and other source providers. If you've never used Buddy before, this article will show you the ropes.

Setting up a GitHub integration

  1. Add a new project and choose GitHub as the provider. Choosing repository provider
  2. Authorize Buddy to access your GitHub account. Authorizing Buddy
  3. Select the repository that you want to connect (cannot be empty).

Once you create the project, Buddy will add a web hook to your repository that will allow you to trigger deployments on every change to the repository. The contents of your repo will be reproduced in read-only mode in the Code tab, where you can also browse your files and view commit history.

If you want to add, edit or delete yet another GitHub integration, have a look at this article.