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Find out how our partnership will improve the open source CI/CD world!
It's time to discover the ultimate place to find CI/CD templates for GitLab CI!
Learn from the experience of Thomas Boni, Co-founder of R2Devops!
Learn how R2Devops can help you to migrate your CI/CD configuration easily!
Discover the two ways to add a private job in R2Devops and create your own registry of CI/CD jobs.
In this article you will find plenty of good advices for CI/CD beginners! Discover them right now!
Learn how R2Devops can help you to reduce the implementation time of your CI/CD!
R2Devops partners with GitLab to support open source CI/CD jobs.
Discover what official jobs are and why you should use them!
Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment aren’t just 2 keywords to add to your curriculum vitae when you’re looking for a job. They can really improve your development process and help you automate time-consuming tasks! Let’s see why you should include CI/CD in your development workflow.
Learn how to create your CI/CD pipeline automaltically using R2Devops. It will be done in a minute!
A good practice is to use fixed version of jobs when building your pipeline? Why? Let's check together!
Hooks have arrived with React 16.8. This feature is a real revolution, and we will show you why and how to use it.
R2Devops has officialy joined GitLab alliance partner's list. This partnership validates our engagement to simplify the developers' life and our value of transparency and open source. Discover all the details about this partnership!
Today, we want to share with you some git commands we use in our development’s daily tasks. We think some of these commands can help you on problems you may have. So here you can find some of them that we use for R2Devops!
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