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 file called "Layerfile" in one of your repositories with the following content:

When you commit and push your changes, you'll notice that we've started a run on your repository. It shows up as a green checkmark next to your commit or pull request.

2. View your run

Access the run by clicking the checkmark on GitHub, and navigating to "Details > View more details on LayerCI"

When you commit and push your changes, you'll notice that we've started a run on your repository. It shows up as a green checkmark next to your commit or pull request.

3. Add logic to your Layerfile

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 test you want to run, and we do the rest.