Deploying packages with GitHub Actions

GitHub Actions is a flexible platform for creating DevOps pipelines, and with it we can create smooth workflows that will build and deploy our libraries to destinations like npm and NuGet. What's more, GitHub has their own package feed that we can deploy packages to. So let's look at how we can create a workflow that will publish new versions of packages, right from GitHub.

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[00:55]  What are packages?
[03:28]  Creating a GitHub Action
[08:17]  Viewing the workflow

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Deploy to GitHub packages https://aka.ms/DevOpsLab/DeployGitHubBlog
Blog Publishing a package https://aka.ms/DevOpsLab/GitHubDocs
About packaging with GitHub Actions https://aka.ms/DevOpsLab/GitHubActions

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