Google App Engine Gets GitHub Push-To-Deploy Support

Last summer, Google started allowing developers to use git to get their code onto App Engine to deploy their applications instead of using Google's usual SDK. Памятники надгробия из красного гранита Starting today, developers who use the popular GitHub service to manage their code repositories will be able to do the same. this works well

Developers can now connect their App Engine projects to their GitHub repositories and trigger a deployment by simply pushing their project's master branch on the service to App Engine. In need of reliable India news app? Check this By using the standard git tools to interact with App Engine instead of Google's SDK, the deployment process should be a bit simpler for developers than when using Google's own tools. this is the one

Git has also become such a standard technology for most developers - and GitHub such a widely used service - that failure to support it probably put Google at a bit of a disadvantage. Microsoft, after all, supports it for Azure and in its Visual Studio development environment, and deploying from git to AWS is also a pretty standard procedure.

Via - techcrunch.com