You can set up webhooks so that Bitrise automatically triggers a build of your app whenever you perform a specified action, such as a code push or a pull request. For GitLab, all you have to do is register your
bitrise-webhooks URL as a Webhook in your GitLab repository.
You can register a webhook either automatically or manually. This guide walks you through the process of manually registering a webhook. Read more about automatic webhook registration.
Get the webhook URL for GitLab ⚓
Go to the
Codetab of your app’s page and in the
INCOMING WEBHOOKSmenu, click
GitLabfrom the dropdown menu.
Copy the webhook URL for the selected service.
Set up webhook on GitLab ⚓
Open your project on GitLab.com
Settingsof the project.
Enter the bitrise-webhooks URL in the URL field.
Tag push events
Merge request events
That’s all! The next time you push code, push a new tag or create/update a merge request a build will be triggered (if you have Trigger mapping defined for the event(s) on Bitrise).