Step 8: Request a new build
Build System Demo
Now that you have set up automated builds and Docker container publishing, let's see Chef Habitat Builder in action!
If you were to merge a change to your forked GitHub repo, then you would see a new build kick off. To save a few steps, we'll simply kick off a new build via the Chef Habitat Builder web interface.
From the Build Jobs tab, click the Build latest version button. You'll see a message when a new build job kicks off (see image below).
Once the message appears, click the View build output link to see streaming logs as your job completes.
When the build job is complete, head over to Docker Hub and find your new container images under Tags.