Deploy to Google App Engine via a GitHub Repo
My first question on here...ever... So, I'm learning how to use Google App Engine and I can deploy fine via terminal but I want to allow people to contribute to my github repo and anything they publish will update my app. Here is my repo: https://github.com/rajtastic/roshanissuperveryawesome I've sync'd my repo to app engine and I can see the contents in my Cloud instance My question is: How do I deploy a new version of my app whenever I commit to my repo? Does anyone know if this is possible? Many thanks
it seems that this is not possible. It looks like you need to deploy via a shell somewhere (Google Cloud Shell won't work I don't think as it can't be automated). Codeship.com can do it and I have it working very nicely: https://documentation.codeship.com/basic/continuous-deployment/deployment-to-google-app-engine/
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