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Show your latest blog posts from any sources(like dev(.)to, medium etc) or StackOverflow activity on your GitHub profile/project readme automatically using the RSS feed.
Developed by Gautam Krishna R
How to use
- Go to your repository
- Add the following section to your README.md file, you can give whatever title you want. Just make sure that you use in your readme. The workflow will replace this comment with the actual blog post list:
# Blog posts <!-- BLOG-POST-LIST:START --> <!-- BLOG-POST-LIST:END -->
- Create a folder named
workflowsfolder inside it if it doesn't exist.
- Create a new file named
blog-post-workflow.ymlwith the following contents inside the workflows folder:
name: Latest blog post workflow on: schedule: # Runs every hour - cron: "0 * * * *" jobs: update-readme-with-blog: name: Update this repo's README with latest blog posts runs-on: ubuntu-latest steps: - uses: actions/checkout@v2 - uses: gautamkrishnar/blog-post-workflow@master with: feed_list: "https://dev.to/feed/rahuldkjain, https://medium.com/feed/@rahuldkjain"
- Replace the above url list with your own rss feed urls. See popular-sources for a list of common RSS feed urls.
- Commit and wait for it to run
To know more, check out the official github repository