GitHub Actions is a powerful platform that empowers your team to go from code to cloud, all from the comfort of your repositories. In this post, I’ll walk through a few examples of how you
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GitHub Container Registry introduces easy sharing across organizations, fine-grained permissions, and free, anonymous access for public container images
GitHub Actions hosted virtual environments are a turn-key option for running your workflows. But if you need fine-grained control and customization of your environment, then self-hosted runners give you full control of the hardware, operating
GitHub’s dependency graph identifies all upstream dependencies and public downstream dependents of a repository or package by parsing manifest files, so that you can better manage the security and compliance of your dependencies.
Today GitHub Actions shipped a series of features designed to improve your workflows when working with PRs from repository forks. New settings for private repository forks Many GitHub customers choose to work in a forking
Keeping your dependencies updated is one of the easiest ways to keep the software you build secure. However, while it’s critically important to keep your dependencies updated, in a recent survey, 52% of developers said