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Publish to GitHub Packages

Use GitHub Actions to publish your project to a Docker image.


GitHub Actions makes it easier than ever to incorporate continuous delivery (CD) into your repositories. This course will teach you what is needed to test and deliver artifacts that are ready for deployment.

  • Who is this for: Developers, DevOps engineers, full stack developers, cloud engineers.
  • What you'll learn: Continuous delivery, how to save and access build artifacts, package management, how to publish to GitHub Packages.
  • What you'll build: We will build a Docker image that runs a small game.
  • Prerequisites: We recommend you first complete the following courses: Hello, GitHub Actions and Continuous Integration.
  • How long: This course takes less than 30 minutes to complete.

In this course, you will:

  1. Create a workflow
  2. Add a Dockerfile
  3. Merge your pull request

How to start this course


  1. Right-click Start course and open the link in a new tab.
  2. In the new tab, most of the prompts will automatically fill in for you.
    • For owner, choose your personal account or an organization to host the repository.
    • We recommend creating a public repository, as private repositories will use Actions minutes.
    • Scroll down and click the Create repository button at the bottom of the form.
  3. After your new repository is created, wait about 20 seconds, then refresh the page. Follow the step-by-step instructions in the new repository's README.

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