01 Connect to your code
This will create a .circleci/config.yml file at the root of your repository on a new branch called “circle-ci-setup”.
02 Dig into your first pipeline
- Spin up environment
- Preparing environment variables
- Checkout code
- Say hello
03 What's next
On the Projects page, click the ••• buttons to view your configuration file. Make any change and save it. You should see a new pipeline run and likely fail. This is a primary benefit of CircleCI: identifying failures early.
A workflow is a set of rules that defines a collection of jobs and their run order. Workflows support complex job orchestration using a simple set of configuration keys to help you quickly resolve failures.
04 Recommended learning
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