By Karan MV
Find yourself juggling between different tools in your software development & deployment workflow? Get tips to simplify your workflow using GitHub Actions and DigitialOcean’s APIs, and watch a demo of running a CI/CD pipeline — powered by GitHub Actions — to deploy on DigitalOcean.
GitHub Actions enables you to code, build, test, publish and deploy your software in a single location, all within GitHub.
Karan MV currently manages developer relations for GitHub India. When he is not working, you can find him reading books of various genres, studying filmmaking, and honing his acting and stage-anchoring skills.
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How do you deploy to DigitalOcean with GitHub Actions to an existing droplet? This Tech Talk shows you how to deploy your GitHub repository with GitHub Actions by creating a new droplet, but it would cost me way too much money if I have to create a new droplet everytime I wanted to deploy. Furthermore I have a Nginx proxy server setup on my droplet which I want to use my docker containers