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GitHub commit trigger

It would be great to have a GitHub commit trigger so that you could do something with the files committed.

For my scenario I am trying to get a static site I have in GitHub pages to be on a custom domain using HTTPS.

If I had a GitHub commit trigger, I could pull the new static content from the GitHub repo into a blob container, create a CDN endpoint that points to this container, then setup a custom domain with HTTPS for the CDN.

I'd then have a super fast static site delivered by a CDN using a custom domain over HTTPS. Something that GitHub pages cannot offer.

Also I am sure there would be many other uses for this trigger :)

Cheers. Adamsimsy

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      • Joe GasperJoe Gasper commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I want a commit trigger like we have in Zapier, so I can then hit the App Web Service Kudu deployment URL and start a continuous deployment sync from a public GitHub repository. I.e., automatically update Project Nami / WordPress deployed to Azure web site. Thanks.

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