This quickstart guide takes you through connecting an existing project to CircleCI, using the in-app config editor, and inviting team members to collaborate on your new project.
If you would rather jump to a full list of CircleCI
config.yml options, see the Configuration reference.
1. Connect your code
2. Dig into your first pipeline
say-hello-workflowran one job called say-hello.
- Spin up environment
- Preparing environment variables
- Checkout code
- Say hello
3. What's next
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.
That’s a wrap! We hope you’re up and running and more confident using CircleCI. To continue your progress, check out the resources below or ask for help.
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