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6 hours ago, Daniel F said:

How are you working with this?

Cloning it from github and then manually changing the application key in the files ( namespace, comments, etc) via search and replace in all the files?

Correct, you can create a repo directly from it since it’s a template. Add your Invision core files to the “invision” directory, replace all instances of “yourappkey” and you are ready to rock. 

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Sounds like a lot of unnecessary work.

Wouldn't it make more sense to do it the opposite way?

You create the APP in your ACP and it automatically

  1. Creates a GitHub repo
  2. initializes the git repository on your dev environment
  3. Pushes it automatically to GitHub

Bonus Features:

  • Create the project/list with initial tasks in your project management tool of choice (Monday, ClickUp, Github, etc)
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7 minutes ago, Daniel F said:

Sounds like a lot of unnecessary work.

Wouldn't it make more sense to do it the opposite way?

You create the APP in your ACP and it automatically

  1. Creates a GitHub repo
  2. initializes the git repository on your dev environment
  3. Pushes it automatically to GitHub

Bonus Features:

  • Create the project/list with initial tasks in your project management tool of choice (Monday, ClickUp, Github, etc)

I’ve tried both and messed around with several different flows. This is the fastest way for me. It aligns with other industry standards for project development as well and I can spin up a dev environment in a few key strokes. Not to mention I’ll configure it to the dev container spec as well so it can be used in any dev environment including remote. 

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