Resolving "gh: command not found" or "gh is not recognized" Errors
Running into a "gh: command not found" or "gh is not recognized" error message can be frustrating. This typically occurs when the GitHub CLI (gh) is not installed on your system or the path to the executable is not correctly set. In this Byte, we'll walk...
Getting Started with GitHub Actions - Software Automation
In this guide, we'll take a look at what GitHub actions are, how they work, and build a workflow using Python to showcase how you can use GitHub actions to automate tasks. Since its inception in 2008, GitHub has grown to become the de facto leader in development project hosting....
Beginner's Introduction to Jenkins - CI/CD
The advent of fast-paced development with many methodologies like Scrum, Agile and Kanban brought along some key issues: developers working in small increments spent a lot of time waiting for the new version to build, reach the testers and eventually get deployed. The development process would be much faster if...
Set Up Gated Check-in for Spring Boot Projects with Github and Jenkins
One of the biggest challenges the developers are facing is being Agile or, in other words, being able to deliver stable releases of the products on time. With every Sprint, we need to deliver new features, bug-free features. And why bother with building, testing, and deploying manually when we could...