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Automate your workflow
from idea to production

GitHub Actions makes it easy to automate all your software workflows, now with world-class CI/CD. Build, test, and deploy your code right from GitHub. Make code reviews, branch management, and issue triaging work the way you want.

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    • on: milestone
    • on: commit_comment
    • on: check_run
    • on: deployment
    • on: label
    • on: project_card
    • on: pull_request_comment
    • on: release
    • on: repository_vulnerability_alert
    • on: milestone
    • on: public
    • on: repository_dispatch
    • on: commit_comment
    • on: fork
    • on: deployment_status
    • on: page_build
    • on: watch
    • on: pull_request
    • on: delete
    • on: issue_comment
    • on: issues
    • on: check_suite
    • on: scheduled
    • on: pull_request_review
    • on: project_column
    • on: status
    • on: project
    • on: pull_request
    • on: delete
    • on: issue_comment
    • on: push
    • on: page_build
    • on: watch

Run a workflow
on any GitHub event

Kick off workflows with GitHub events like push, issue creation, or a new release. Combine and configure actions for the services you use, built and maintained by the community.

Whether you want to build a container app, deploy a web service, publish packages to registries, or automate welcoming new users to your open source projects—there's an action for that.

    • on: milestone
    • on: commit_comment
    • on: check_run
    • on: deployment
    • on: label
    • on: project_card
    • on: pull_request_comment
    • on: release
    • on: repository_vulnerability_alert
    • on: milestone
    • on: public
    • on: repository_dispatch
    • on: commit_comment
    • on: fork
    • on: deployment_status
    • on: page_build
    • on: watch
    • on: pull_request
    • on: delete
    • on: issue_comment
    • on: issues
    • on: check_suite
    • on: scheduled
    • on: pull_request_review
    • on: project_column
    • on: status
    • on: project
    • on: pull_request
    • on: delete
    • on: issue_comment
    • on: push
    • on: page_build
    • on: watch
Linux, macOS, Windows, and containers

Linux, macOS, Windows, and containers

Hosted runners for every major OS make it easy to build and test all your projects. Run directly on a VM or inside a container.

Matrix builds

Matrix builds

Save time with matrix workflows that simultaneously test across multiple operating systems and versions of your runtime.

Any language

Any language

GitHub Actions supports Node.js, Python, Java, Ruby, PHP, Go, Rust, .NET, and more. Build, test, and deploy applications in your language of choice.

  error-pages
  GET /
     should respond with page list
  Accept: text/html
    GET /403
       should respond with 403
    GET /404
       should respond with 404
    GET /500
       should respond with 500
  Accept: application/json
    GET /403
       should respond with 403
    GET /404
       should respond with 404
    GET /500
       should respond with 500
  Accept: text/plain
    GET /403
       should respond with 403
    GET /404
       should respond with 404
    GET /500
       should respond with 500
error
  GET /
     should respond with 500
  GET /next
     should respond with 500
  GET /missing
     should respond with 404

markdown
  GET /
     should respond with html
  GET /fail
     should respond with an error

multi-router
  GET /
     should respond with root handler
  GET /api/v1/
     should respond with APIv1 root handler
  GET /api/v1/users
     should respond with users from APIv1
  GET /api/v2/
     should respond with APIv2 root handler
  GET /api/v2/users
     should respond with users from APIv2

mvc
  GET /
     should redirect to /users
  GET /pet/0
     should get pet
  GET /pet/0/edit
     should get pet edit page
  PUT /pet/2
     should update the pet
  GET /users
     should display a list of users (70ms)
  GET /user/:id
    when present
       should display the user
       should display the users pets
    when not present
       should 404
  GET /user/:id/edit
     should display the edit form
  PUT /user/:id
     should 500 on error
     should update the user
  POST /user/:id/pet
     should create a pet for user (19ms)

params
  GET /
     should respond with instructions
  GET /user/0
     should respond with a user
  GET /user/9
     should fail to find user
  GET /users/0-2
     should respond with three users
  GET /users/foo-bar
     should fail integer parsing

resource
  GET /
     should respond with instructions
  GET /users
     should respond with all users
  GET /users/1
     should respond with user 1
  GET /users/9
     should respond with error
  GET /users/1..3
     should respond with users 1 through 3
  DELETE /users/1
     should delete user 1
  DELETE /users/9
     should fail
  GET /users/1..3.json
     should respond with users 2 and 3 as json

route-map
  GET /users
     should respond with users
  DELETE /users
     should delete users
  GET /users/:id
     should get a user
  GET /users/:id/pets
     should get a users pets
  GET /users/:id/pets/:pid
     should get a users pet

route-separation
  GET /
     should respond with index
  GET /users
     should list users
  GET /user/:id
     should get a user
     should 404 on missing user
  GET /user/:id/view
     should get a user
     should 404 on missing user (13ms)
  GET /user/:id/edit
     should get a user to edit
  PUT /user/:id/edit
     should edit a user
  POST /user/:id/edit?_method=PUT
     should edit a user
  GET /posts
     should get a list of posts

vhost
  example.com
    GET /
       should say hello
    GET /foo
       should say foo
  foo.example.com
    GET /
       should redirect to /foo
  bar.example.com
    GET /
       should redirect to /bar

web-service
  GET /api/users
    without an api key
       should respond with 400 bad request
    with an invalid api key
       should respond with 401 unauthorized
    with a valid api key
       should respond users json
  GET /api/repos
    without an api key
       should respond with 400 bad request
    with an invalid api key
       should respond with 401 unauthorized
    with a valid api key
       should respond repos json

GET /api/user/:name/repos
  without an api key
     should respond with 400 bad request
  with an invalid api key
     should respond with 401 unauthorized
  with a valid api key
     should respond user repos json
     should 404 with unknown user

when requesting an invalid route
   should respond with 404 json

1123 passing (4s)

=============================================================================
Writing coverage object [/home/runner/build/expressjs/express/coverage/coverage.json]
Writing coverage reports at [/home/runner/build/expressjs/express/coverage]
=============================================================================

=============================== Coverage summary ===============================
Statements   : 98.81% ( 1916/1939 ), 38 ignored
Branches     : 94.58% ( 751/794 ), 22 ignored
Functions    : 100% ( 267/267 )
Lines        : 100% ( 1872/1872 )
================================================================================
The command "npm run test-ci" exited with 0.

$ npm run lint

> express@4.17.1 lint /home/runner/build/expressjs/express
> eslint .

The command "npm run lint" exited with 0.

store build cache

$ # Upload coverage to coveralls

Done. Your build exited with 0.

          
PR checks
Live logs

Live logs

See your workflow run in realtime with color and emoji. It’s one click to copy a link that highlights a specific line number to share a CI/CD failure.

Built-in secret store

Built in secret store

Automate your software development practices with workflow files embracing the Git flow by codifying it in your repository.

Multi-container testing

Multi-container testing

Test your web service and its DB in your workflow by simply adding some docker-compose to your workflow file.

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on: push
jobs:
  test:
    strategy:
      matrix:
        platform: [ubuntu-latest, macos-latest, windows-latest]
    runs-on: ${{ matrix.platform }}
    steps:
    - uses: actions/checkout@master
    - uses: actions/setup-node@master
      with:
        version: 12
    - run: npm install-ci-test
    - uses:











  publish:
    needs: [build]
    steps:
    - uses: actions/github-packages@master
              

Community-powered workflows

GitHub Actions connects all of your tools to automate every step of your development workflow. Easily deploy to any cloud, create tickets in Jira, or publish a package to npm.

Want to venture off the beaten path? Use the millions of open source libraries available on GitHub to create your own actions. Write them in JavaScript or create a container Action—both can interact with the full GitHub API and any other public API.

Browse starter workflows

What our community is saying

LaunchDarkly
With the integration of Code References with GitHub Actions, developers can now easily locate feature flags in their code. Internally, we believe using Actions can optimize our CI infrastructure and streamline our build process by parallel testing our clients across Windows, Linux, and OSX.”

Edith Harbaugh

CEO of LaunchDarkly

JUnit5
I’m excited to use GitHub Actions to streamline our workflows to access sources and builds. The ability to manage and automate issues, code, packages and CI tasks all in one place is very powerful.”

Christian Stein

JUnit5 maintainer

SonarSource
Our mission is to empower all development teams with Code Quality and Security tools. For SonarCloud that means detecting bugs and security vulnerabilities, all while contributing to simple yet powerful pipelines, where multiple tools can play together as a team. GitHub Actions allows just that!”

Olivier Gaudin

SonarSource CEO & Co-Founder

GorillaStack
Our mantra is to integrate into a customer’s SDLC, working with their existing tools and workflows. GitHub Actions gives us the perfect interface to our customer's source of truth (the repository) and allows us to give them a native experience when interfacing with our solution.”

Elliott Spira

GorillaStack Co-Founder

Simple, pay-as-you-go pricing

Public repositories

Free

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Private repositories

Included minutes

  • Free

    2,000

    minutes per month

  • Pro

    3,000

    minutes per month

  • Team

    10,000

    minutes per month

  • Enterprise

    50,000

    minutes per month

Additional hosted runner minutes

  • Linux

    2 cores, 7GB

    $0.008

    per minute

  • Windows

    2 cores, 7GB

    $0.016

    per minute

  • macOS

    2 cores, 7GB

    $0.08

    per minute

  • Self-hosted

    Coming soon

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