Migrate an existing 1.0 project to CircleCI 2.0.
|Getting Started||CircleCI 2.0 is very different from 1.0, use the Getting Started doc to get a green 2.0 run with your desired executor (docker, macos, or machine) first and a single job named
|Hello World||If you already have a repo and some experience with 1.0, use the Hello World document for a quick start to 2.0 jobs with the
|Migrating from 1.0 to 2.0||Migrating a 1.0 Linux project to a CircleCI 2.0 configuration if you prefer to replace existing 1.0 keys with their 2.0 equivalents to get started and migrate your configuration in smaller chunks.|
|iOS Migration||Migrating a 1.0 iOS project to a CircleCI 2.0 configuration.|
|Using the 1.0-to-2.0 config-translation Endpoint||Instructions for using the
|CircleCI Configuration Generator||Use this script to extend the 1.0-to-2.0 config-translation endpoint by creating a 2.0 test branch for your project. Then, it will generate a
|Find projects building on CircleCI 1.0||Use this command-line tool to find which repositories in your GitHub organization or Bitbucket team have 1.0
Conceptually, 2.0 is very different, read the following documents to get answers to common 2.0 questions and to begin to let go of the 1.0 mindset.
|Concepts||A high-level overview of CircleCI 2.0 Steps, Image, Jobs, and Workflows concepts and the configuration hierarchy.|
|Workflows||How to configure Workflows to increase the speed of your software development through faster feedback, shorter reruns, and more efficient use of resources.|
|FAQ||Frequently asked questions about CircleCI 2.0.|