Create a One CI/CD Pipeline

Step 1: Click on the “Setup Project” Button

Once you’ve selected the project, click on the “Setup Project” button to begin setting up the CI/CD pipeline.

Step 2: Create Pipeline

You’ll be redirected to the Create Pipeline page. Here, you’ll need to select the branch from your repository that you want to use for the pipeline.

After selecting the branch, choose the template for the CI/CD pipeline according to the technology stack you’re using.

Select Branch: Once on the Create Pipeline page, you’ll need to select the branch from your repository that you want to use for the pipeline. Typically, this is the branch where your main development work is done, such as master.

Choose Pipeline Template: After selecting the branch,you’ll be prompted to choose a template for your CI/CD pipeline. A template provides a predefined set of configurations and stages tailoredto different technology stacks or project requirements. These templates streamline the setup process and provide a starting point for customizing your pipeline.

Step 3: Download Pipeline

Once you’ve configured the pipeline according to your requirements, download the pipeline file. This file contains the necessary
configuration for your CI/CD process.

Step 4: Implement Necessary Changes

Open the downloaded pipeline file and make any necessary changes according to your project’s specific needs.

Step 5: Push Changes to GitHub

After making the necessary changes, push the code along with the pipeline file to your GitHub repository. This will trigger the CI/CD pipeline and automate the build and deployment process for your project.

Congratulations! You’ve successfully set up a One CI/CD pipeline for your project. Now you can enjoy automated testing, building, and
deployment processes for smoother development workflows.