The core of the CircleCI experience is creating a deterministic build with the
config.yml file. A deterministic build is one that can be run live at commit time, tomorrow, or even next month and will end with the exact same results.
|Config Introduction||Configuration Reference|
|Introduction to Config in CircleCI.||
Complete specification for
|Writing YAML||CircleCI CLI|
|A primer for YAML syntax basics.||Use the CircleCI CLI to run jobs locally.|
|Debug Config Locally|
|Use a shell script to debug your config locally.|
Video: Introduction to
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