configuring steps in pipelines. Do we need repeated steps? Edited

I have configured 3 steps in pipelines


build UI and static assets

deploy UI to website

Deploy assets to CDN


I notice i have to install yarn for each step and yarn install. Is it possible to only do this for 1 step. Seems strange it has to install yarn and install the packages 3 times before it can run the command.

- step Build UI and assets


- curl -o- -L | bash -s -- --version 1.3.2

 -export PATH=$HOME/.yarn/bin:$PATH

- yarn install

- yarn run build:ui

- yarn run build:assets

-step Deploy UI to website

script: - curl -o- -L | bash -s -- --version 1.3.2
- export PATH=$HOME/.yarn/bin:$PATH

- yarn install

- yarn run deploy:ui


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Hey Gavin,

you could look at configuring artifacts. You define which folders you want to preserve in your first step, and then these are passed along in your subsequent steps. 


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