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  2. Configure CI/CD with GitHub Actions - Azure App Service

    You can quickly get started with GitHub Actions by using the App Service Deployment Center. This will automatically generate a workflow file based on your application stack and commit it to your GitHub repository in the correct directory. Navigate to your webapp in the Azure portal; On the left side, click Deployment Center

  3. Deploy Azure resources by using Bicep and GitHub Actions

    Gain all of the benefits of infrastructure as code by using an automated workflow to deploy your Bicep templates, and integrate other deployment activities with your workflows. You'll build workflows using GitHub Actions. Take this learning path to learn how to: Build a workflow that deploys your Bicep files.

  4. Build GitHub repositories - Azure Pipelines | Microsoft Learn

    Azure Pipelines can automatically build and validate every pull request and commit to your GitHub repository. This article describes how to configure the integration between GitHub and Azure Pipelines. If you're new to pipelines integration with GitHub, follow the steps in Create your first pipeline. Come back to this article to learn more about configuring and customizing the integration between GitHub and Azure Pipelines.

  5. Tutorial - Create a Jenkins pipeline using GitHub and Docker

    Create GitHub webhook. To configure the integration with GitHub, open the Node.js Hello World sample app from the Azure samples repo. To fork the repo to your own GitHub account, select the Fork button in the top right-hand corner. Create a webhook inside the fork you created: Select Settings, then select Webhooks on the left-hand side.

  6. Create microservices with .NET and ASP.NET Core - Training

    Build your first microservice with .NET. 28 min. Module. 6 Units. Microservice applications are composed of small, independently versioned, and scalable customer-focused services that communicate with each other over standard protocols with well-defined interfaces. Each microservice typically encapsulates simple business logic, which you can scale out or in, test, deploy, and manage independently.

  7. AL-Go for GitHub - modern DevOps for partners | Microsoft Learn

    AL-Go is a collection of GitHub templates and actions that turn professional DevOps processes for Business Central AL projects into a commodity for our partners. The initial release of AL-Go has been a success with the partner community, with 500-plus repositories created over the first three months, offering an easy path to continuous ...

  8. Push my App to Github using Visual Studio for Mac

    You need to create the repo in Github, clone to an empty directory locally (it doesn't matter what you call it) and then copy your existing code into the new repo folder. Then push your changes back to Github. Alternatively rename your local directory to something else (e.g. myrepox), then create the repo in Github and clone it locally (e.g. myrepo). Finally copy your code from the old directory to the new and push back to Github.

  9. Cannot find source control token with name github - Microsoft Q&A

    I think either there's an issue with token used by Azure App Service Creates or the source control property of your app service i.e., the Deployment Center blade, became corrupt. You can view these settings using and navigating to your app service resource or az webapp show --name <app name> and inspect the sourceControls property.

  10. Azure Synapse after connect with github account "The personal...

    Make sure that you are using a personal access token (PAT) with the correct permissions. In order to connect a GitHub repository to Synapse, you will need to create a PAT with the repo scope. This will give the PAT access to all repository-level actions in the repository, including read and write access. Check that the PAT has not expired.

  11. Available GitHub Actions for Microsoft Power Platform development

    GitHub passwords are defined in Settings under Secrets. You can't retrieve a secret after it has been defined and saved. app-id: The application ID to authenticate with. This parameter is required when authenticating with Service Principal credentials. client-secret: The client secret used to authenticate the GitHub pipeline.