In this tutorial, How to use Jenkins auto-build when git commit. You use a webhook to capture when a new git commit was made and Jenkins will start to build jobs.
Table of Contents
- Jenkins Server
- Github and Git plugins
Ref to Install Jenkins on AWS EC2.
Install the Git and Github plugins.
Under ‘Manage Jenkins’ -> ‘Manage Plugins’, select and install both Github and Git plugins.
Restart to finish the installation.
Configure a Jenkins job to use your repository.
Create a Jenkins job ‘Freestyle project‘
First, You add a repository in the “Github project” text field under the general settings.
you’ll need to enable Git under ‘Source Code Management‘
Under ‘Build Triggers‘, tick ‘Github hook trigger for GITScm polling‘.
Add the hooks to Github.
Click “settings” for your repository. For Example, My repository https://github.com/huupv/jenkins/settings/hooks . Click ‘Add webhook‘ as the picture.
Setting webhooks for Jenkins.
When your action commits to the repository Github, Then Jenkins will auto-build job.
Testing it 🙂
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