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 GitHub Actions: build your own JavaScript action — part 3

Let’s keep working on our GitHub Action! In the first parts of our series, we’ve discovered how to automatically add labels to an issue. Let’s explore some of the other things we can do with the Octokit client.

This post is part of the GitHub Actions: build your own JavaScript action series.

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Musique / Music

On Repeat Today: One Day They’ll Know, Pretty Lights (ODESZA Remix)

I’ve posted about ODESZA before; here is another one of their remixes. Enjoy!

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On Repeat Today: Quedate Luna, 10 Ton Obsidian & Spin Alonga

In a style somewhat similar to my last post… Enjoy this rework of a cover :)

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GitHub Actions: build your own JavaScript action — part 2

In our last post, we built a JavaScript GitHub Action. That automation automatically adds an “Issue Triaged” label to all newly opened issues.

That’s great, but not necessarily very useful. In this second post, let’s look at an example of what we could do to make this a bit more useful!

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GitHub Actions: build your own JavaScript action — part 1

If you work on GitHub, you’ll know GitHub Actions are powerful; they’re a great way to automate some of the tasks you regularly do in your repository.

GitHub introduced a marketplace where you can find actions for just about everything. This is a great way to get started with actions, see how useful they can be for your own projects.

In this series of posts, I’d like to go a bit further. We’ll be creating our own action to fit our exact needs. We’ll develop it within our existing repository, using JavaScript and GitHub’s own Actions Toolkit.

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Musique / Music

On Repeat Today: Os Tincoãs, Deixa A Gira Girar (j g b remix)

Here is a nice remix to start your day! The rhythms and the vocals are just superb!

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Musique / Music

On Repeat Today: Moon (And It Went Like), Kid Francescoli

I can’t get this one out of my head today. You’ll most likely recognize it, as it’s often used as background music in videos. That’s definitely some good music to have on a loop.

(Yes, I do realize that most of my past songs of choice are kind of the same earworms: “Look Look“, “Zoom Zoom“, and now “Hmm Hmm“)

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On Repeat Today: Zoom Zoom, Polo & Pan

Enjoy today’s house / electro selection:

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Musique / Music

On Repeat Today: Ena-N, Version-N Project #1

If you’re a fan of MPC, and older classic beats… Enjoy!

Also make sure to check his SoundCloud, where he’s got other great mixes.

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On Repeat Today: The Look, Metronomy

As I’ve been repeating all day, “look look”. Enjoy.