Github + LayerCI tutorial
First: Authenticate with GitHub
Before using LayerCI with GitHub, you need to give
us access to your repositories.
We use this access to download your files and notify
you of your tests.
1. Create a Layerfile
Create a new GitHub repository to play around in,
and then create a file named Layerfile with the following contents:
GitHub tells LayerCI that you've created this new file, so we run your Layerfile as soon as you create it.
2. Visit LayerCI
GitHub has notified LayerCI about your Layerfile, and we're already running it.
To get to the LayerCI interface, click the "1 commit" button, then click the green checkmark as shown.
3. View your run
The job dashboard allows you to view how we're running your Layerfile.
The tabs on the left let you view the logs, and the runner statistics.
In this case, we've likely already seen that this Layerfile
passes, so we'll skip it instead of re-running it.
We provide an online editor
and comprehensive documentation for you to
build your Layerfiles.
All you need to do is create a Layerfile for each task
that you'd have to run manually, and we'll do it for you.
We're also happy to hear about your specific needs and
brainstorm a CI approach that works for you.