Examples and Guides Overview
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This page provides a collection of examples to help you learn how to build, test, and deploy applications written in the most common programming languages, frameworks, and platforms on CircleCI.
If you are new to CircleCI, we recommend going through our Quickstart Guide for getting your first successful pipeline.
For basic examples of adding pipeline jobs in a specific execution environment such as a Docker container or Linux VM, review our Hello World document.
We have created demo applications in various languages so you can learn by example. Each language listed below has an associated guide and public repository on GitHub.
|Language Guide||Framework||GitHub Repo Name|
Use the tutorial associated with your platform to learn about the customization that is possible in a
Complete walkthrough of setting up a Python project with Flask to build with CircleCI.
Set up a macOS project in CircleCI.
Set up an iOS project in CircleCI.
Full example of setting up a .NET project in CircleCI.
Read the Sample config.yml Files document for examples of using concurrent workflows, sequential workflows, fan-in/fan-out workflows, and building Linux and iOS in one configuration file.
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