#github actions

GitHub Actions is a feature of GitHub that allows users to automate their workflow. It provides a way to create custom software development life cycle (SDLC) workflows directly in a GitHub repository. With Actions, users can set up an automated system of triggers and actions that will run when certain events occur within the repository. This makes it easier to automate tasks such as running tests, building code, deploying applications, and more.
TestJS Summit 2022TestJS Summit 2022
87 min
Automate WebApp Security Testing using GitHub Actions (from StackHawk team)
Software development has changed - Frequent deployments, APIs, GraphQL, Cloud Architecture and CI/CD Automation are the norm. So why is security testing the same way it was a decade ago?
Leading teams are realizing that periodical penetration testing and security audits is not enough when code is being shipped daily. Instead, these teams are using developer-centric tools to run automated security testing in a CI/CD pipeline. Join Zachary Conger as he walks through how to automate application JS security testing using GitHub actions.
JSNation 2022JSNation 2022
101 min
JS Security Testing in GitHub Actions
This workshop will focus on automating software composition analysis, static application security testing and dynamic application security testing using GitHub Actions. After a brief introduction covering the different types of application security and the importance of finding security vulnerabilities before they hit production, we'll dive into a hands-on session where users will add three different security testing tool to their build pipelines.
DevOps.js Conf 2022DevOps.js Conf 2022
155 min
Powering your CI/CD with GitHub Actions
You will get knowledge about GitHub Actions concepts, like:- The concept of repository secrets.- How to group steps in jobs with a given purpose.- Jobs dependencies and order of execution: running jobs in sequence and in parallel, and the concept of matrix.- How to split logic of Git events into different workflow files (on branch push, on master/main push, on tag, on deploy).- To respect the concept of DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself), we will also explore the use of common actions, both within the same repo and from an external repo.