- A curated list of awesome actions to use on GitHub
GitHub Actions let’s you run code in the cloud for free when triggered.
Mostly it is triggered on a commit and so can be useful to do quality control - run checks and build the site.
You can extend it to deploy your project too. Such as publish a built package to a package registry when a tag is pushed. Or build a static site and commit it to
gh-pages branch to be served with GitHub Paged (works great for Vue, React, Jekyll, and other static site generators or SPAS.
- GitHub Pages - host the static site output that your build creates.