Integrating your project in Buddy with GitHub allows you to create pipelines that will build, test and deploy your code to the server.
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
- Add a new project and choose GitHub as the provider.
- Authorize Buddy to access your GitHub account.
- 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.