We recently launched Sprkl for GitHub Actions, shortening code review processes and debugging time for teams and team leads.
We do it by providing a focused, personalized observability report for every Pull Request, enabling you to:
You push a code change, or your team member submits a Pull Request (PR) with her changes.
For each report, you’ll get a unique command using Sprkl CLI that you can run locally to view the results in your IDE for further debugging (currently supporting VSCode).
sprkl ci pull --run=$ID --repository=$REPOSITORY --token=$TOKEN
Sprkl for GitHub Actions is composed of two components:
These components work together to provide pull-request telemetry feedback.
Sprkl Reviewer relies on the Sprkl Action (GitHub Actions), which auto-instruments your Node.js code changes (OpenTelemetry & Sprkl) and collects telemetry data, and traces the workflow execution.
Install the Sprkl Reviewer app from the GitHub marketplace and follow the instructions, and receive an access token. Or get started: Here.
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