Continuous integration, delivery, and deployment (CI/CD) offer software development teams a holistic means of meeting more milestones in less time. This is generally accomplished by simplifying complex and tedious, yet overwhelmingly redundant tasks through targeted automation. Once simplified, continuous integration, delivery, and deployment processes work to support development initiatives
Managing security updates on GitHub can get hectic in a hurry as third-party dependencies develop at their own pace, separate from your project. Leaving vulnerable dependencies unpatched can open your entire application up to otherwise avoidable threats, but manually reviewing and merging such updates can quickly eat up all of
A pull request [https://blog.mergify.com/what-is-a-pull-request/] allows a contributor to a project to experiment with new code changes without affecting the main project, then submit those changes for review. Managing pull requests can be time-consuming. You have to assign people to review code (or do it yourself), rebase
For the last few years, GitHub has supported a feature named CODEOWNERS [https://help.github.com/en/github/creating-cloning-and-archiving-repositories/about-code-owners] . If you never heard of it, it’s a file that you can put in your repository, and that will make GitHub assigned pull request reviews to users or teams.