Gautam Kumar

Data Scientist

Every company at some point in time does repetitive work. That’s a good thing. But if the process is not well documented, it would lead to breakdowns in the future. These breakdowns are not good for the clients and the business as a whole. Therefore, the documentation process should be given as much importance as we give to the development process. So lets start off with brief introduction about DocFX, GitHub and DevOps. I hope that you didn’t face any trouble in Part 1 of the blog post. Let us resume where we left off:

Step 7: Search for Azure Pipeline on GitHub Marketplace and Select Azure Pipeline. https://github.com/marketplace?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=azure+pipeline

Step 8: Scroll down, select your account and click on Install it for free.

Step 9: Log in to your Azure DevOps.

Step 10: Select Pipeline and click on New Pipeline.

Step 11: After configuration, click on continue.

Step 12: Scroll down and select empty pipeline as shown in the figure below

Step 13: Change the Agent Specification to macOS. We are choosing macOS because the script we wrote in Step 5 is for macOS

Step 14: Click on + sign available on the far-right end of Agent job 1

Step 15: Search for bash and click on Add button

Step 16: Give the path of bash script which was created in Step 5, in Script Path

Link to Part-1

Link to Part-3

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