Try out FlyCode's GitHub Actions features in 5 minutes or less.
You only need a GitHub repository to create and run a FlyCode Automation workflow. In this guide, you'll add a workflow demonstrating some of FlyCode Automation's essential features.
The following example shows you how GitHub Actions jobs can be automatically triggered, and how they can interact with the code in your repository.
- 1.Create a
.flycode/workflowsdirectory in your repository if this directory does not already exists
- 2.In the
.flycode/workflowsdirectory, create a file named
- 3.Copy the following YAML contents into the
name: Tag API pull requests
types: [opened, reopened]
- action: add_label
4. Create a commit with the new workflow file and push it to your repository
5. Create a
backend/userdirectory in your repository if this directory does not already exist.
6. In the
backend/userdirectory create a file named
7. Create a new branch, create a commit with the new file, push the branch, and create a pull request.
Creating a pull request in your repository with a file whose path conforms to the path defined in the workflow file runs your workflow.