GitLab CI: Running JOBS Locally with GitLab Runner using Shell on Windows

GitLab CI: Running JOBS Locally with GitLab Runner using Shell on Windows. Prerequisites: GitLab account Git installed in the system PowerShell A project hosted on GitLab Steps to be followed Step 1) Download Git Runner Source to install Git Runner: https://docs.gitlab.com/runner/install/windows.html Step 2) Create a folder named C:\GitLab-Runner\ and paste gitlab-runner.exe file (Download the binary … Continue reading GitLab CI: Running JOBS Locally with GitLab Runner using Shell on Windows

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CI/CD Pipeline with GitLab

With Auto DevOps in GitLab, It will automatically build, test, and deploy your application based on a predefined CI/CD configuration. To create a CI/CD pipeline here are pre requisites: GitLab account Git and Source code management basic knowledge Google cloud account for Kubernetes cluster Step-1) Create a project from a template in GitLab or you can … Continue reading CI/CD Pipeline with GitLab

Beginners Guide on how to upload/push a project to GitHub in 5 mins!

GitHub is a web-based hosting service for version control using git. To understand GitHub, you must first have an understanding of Git. Git is an open-source version control system. Git is similar to other version control systems—Subversion, CVS, and Mercurial. Git was developed by Linus Torvalds and released in 2005 whereas GitHub was released in 2007. This post will show you … Continue reading Beginners Guide on how to upload/push a project to GitHub in 5 mins!