If you’re anything like me, you’re a curious creature. So, when I started learning about what Webhooks are, and how to use them, it felt like I was pulling at a loose thread on my tee shirt. The more I pulled, the more the world of Webhooks unraveled, the more I learnt, the more I understood, the more I unveiled about the mysterious world of API’s and Webhooks and Automation, and the more I wanted to learn more!
So, the motivation here is to create a streamlined and seamless way for doing deployments from GitHub to production servers. I feel like it is possible to write a simple Python App to do this. So let’s find out how!
This article will be split in to four sections, each outlining a different aspect of this process. Section Two is incredibly detailed, but I’ve tried to include as much description and screen shots as necessary, in order to make it easier to comprehend what is happening here. Section Three contains hands-on instructions for how to use the App. Enjoy!
How to Use GitHub Webhooks, Docker, and Python for Automatic End-to-End Deployments
An in-depth look into the process for automatically keeping your App up to date
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