July 16, 2021 by Anuraj
This article will discuss about adding your blog posts to your Github readme with Github Actions. You can add a README file to a repository to communicate important information about your project. You can find for more details about the GitHub readme from here
I was looking into some automation aspect related to GitHub readme automation - I was looking into some solution using Azure Functions and Logic Apps. And I found few solutions as well. But later I found one simple solution using GitHub Actions. Here is the GitHub Action which will run every day and use your blog RSS feed and update your Readme file.
First you need to modify the
Readme.md file like this.
Next you can create an GitHub Action and add the following code.
And here is the screenshot of the GitHub Action running.
And here is the Updated Readme file.
This way you will be able to update your blog posts automatically in to your GitHub readme file with the help of GitHub Actions.
Happy Programming :)
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