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Git itself has a server-side post-receive hook. You can use it to run a command that triggers your deployment whenever you push to your repo. Web services like Gitlab or Bitbucket rely on this mechanism to offer plug-ins that trigger CI services. Less flexible but you can configure it conveniently from the web front end. Another option would be to use a ...


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Depens on how you hosting your application in production If non docker: use capistrano or other symlink deployment tool If docker: use docker swarm deploy to update your containers Then you need just add .gitlab-ci.yml file to your project directory and write some deployment scripts.


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