Use the tutorial associated with your platform to learn about the customization that is possible in a
|Linux Project Tutorial||Complete walkthrough of setting up a Python project with Flask to build with CircleCI 2.0.|
|iOS Project Tutorial||Full example of setting up an iOS project in CircleCI 2.0.|
|Android Project Tutorial||Full example of setting up an Android project in CircleCI 2.0.|
|Windows Project Tutorial||Full example of setting up a .NET project in CircleCI 2.0.|
Sample projects with companion guides
Refer to the Sample Projects to get help with building the language and framework in which your application is written.
|Workflow Example||GitHub Repo|
|Fan-in / Fan-out||fan-in-fan-out|
CircleCI public repos
|GitHub Repo||Description||config.yml link|
|circleci-docs||A static website generated by Jekyll for CircleCI documentation.||.circleci/config.yml|
|circleci frontend||Mirror of the code that is running CircleCI’s frontend.||.circleci/config.yml|
|circleci-images||Contains the official set of images that CircleCI maintains.||.circleci/config.yml|
|circleci image-builder||Uses Docker for building container images.||.circleci/config.yml|
Use the Hello World document and sample
config.yml files to start configuring your build.
|Hello World||Simple steps to get started with a
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