This page provides a high-level overview of the structure of a pipeline configuration file.
JFrog Pipelines uses its own declarative language based on YAML syntax, Pipelines DSL, to describe workflows. You create pipelines in text files written in Pipelines DSL, which we refer to as a pipeline config. You can create these files in any text editor of your choice.
You must store your pipeline config file(s) in a source code repository (for example, GitHub). When Pipelines has been configured to use this repo as a pipeline source, the config files will be automatically read and the workflows loaded into Pipelines and run.