How to Connect the JFrog Platform to Your GitHub Environment to Create a Seamless Integration

The latest JFrog collaboration with GitHub enables you to easily combine your favorite solutions for source code and binaries in a seamless integration. This means you now have a unified comprehensive and secure end-to-end experience that supports your software projects. This integration covers everything from curating open source packages, coding, CI, release management, deployment and …

GitHub and JFrog Partner To Unify Code and Binaries for DevSecOps

Note: This post is co-authored by JFrog and GitHub and has also been published on the GitHub blog As the volume of code continues to grow exponentially, software developers, DevOps engineers, operations teams, security specialists, and everyone else who touches code are increasingly spending their time in the weeds of securing, delivering, and scaling software. …

Six Simple Steps to Your First CI/CD DevOps Pipeline in JFrog Pipelines

See how easy it is to get started, and start working with a simple “Hello World” DevOps pipeline. Along the way, you’ll learn some fundamental Pipelines concepts. Here’s what you’ll need: A JFrog Cloud account. If you don’t have one, start for free! A GitHub account for your personal repositories Step 1 – LOGIN TO …

Java 16 Commits to Git and GitHub: A Personal Reflection

A Stroll Down Memory Lane I was introduced to Git and GitHub in May of 2014 – just shy of 10 years since Git was created in 2005. That same day I was also handed a MacBook Pro laptop and an IntelliJ license, the main tools with which I was to begin my new role …

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Manage your Bintray and GitHub organizations better together

UPDATE: As of May 1, 2021 Bintray services will no longer be available (ConanCenter and JCenter are not affected) for more information read the Centers Deprecation Blog   Bintray’s integration with GitHub is now moving to a new level with GitHub organizations! As a Bintray user who is also a GitHub user, you already know …

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Bintray + GitHub = Synergistic Love Story

First things first – Bintray is not a competitor of GitHub. They complete each other, not compete. Here’s how (I love vienn diagrams): Bintray is an organic next step for developing software at GitHub – once your sources are built – distribute them from Bintray. Our job is to make it as easy as possible …

If You’re Not Using Git LFS, You’re Already Behind!

The popularity of the Git version control system among developers has grown consistently over the last few years, with many Subversion users making the switch to Git’s ‘file system snapshot’ approach, which differs from the ‘file change logging’ approach of classic VCS software. Git’s Little Problem – Large Files However, Git was originally meant to …

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Google and GitHub insist – go store your binaries in a proper place!

Starting July 2nd GitHub is allowing hosting binaries again. Point about Google Code still remains valid. Plus, we believe we still do better job when it comes to binaries, comparing to GitHub, which is awesome (for your sources). Well, first GitHub, and now Google Code, both cease to host your binaries on their platforms. The …