Integrate awork with GitHub

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About awork

Intelligent projects, tasks and time tracking for your project business.

About GitHub

GitHub is the best place to share code with co-workers, and clients . Over ten million people use GitHub to build amazing things together.

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Connect awork + GitHub in easier way

It's easy to connect awork + GitHub without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

  • Triggers
  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created. The trigger only fires for tasks with a project assigned, not for private tasks.

  • New Time Entry

    Triggers when a new time entry is created.

  • Updated Time Entry

    Triggers when a time entry is updated.

  • New Commit

    Triggered when a new commit is created. Select your organization, repo and branch.

  • New Notification

    Triggered when a new notification is created.

  • Actions
  • Create Client

    Creates a new client.

  • Create Project

    Creates a new project.

  • Create Project Task

    Creates a new project task.

  • Search Projects

    Search Users by Email (IN this, we get all projects now we will apply filter for project name)

  • Search Users by Email

    Finds a user by email (in this for now we fetch all users apply filter remain)

  • Create Issue

    Create a new issue.

  • Create Pull Request

    Create a new pull request and merge it (optional).

  • Update Issue

    Update an existing issue.

How awork & GitHub Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose awork as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick GitHub as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from awork to GitHub.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of awork and GitHub

  • awork?
  • awork is an open-source web application written in PHP. It provides a platform for users to cplaborate on online writing projects, through version contrp and other means. Unlike other similar services, it does not require any third party software or server administration. It can be hosted on GitHub (or any other web hosting service), thus making the deployment process very easy.

  • GitHub?
  • GitHub is a web-based hosting service for version contrp using Git. It is mostly used for computer code. It offers all of the distributed version contrp and source code management (SCM. functionality of Git as well as adding its own features. It provides access contrp and several cplaboration features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management, and wikis for every project.

  • Integration of awork and GitHub
  • awork is written in PHP, with no complex requirements for web hosting or complex configuration. The installation process can be done in just two steps. 1. Upload the files in the fpder named "aowork" to your website's root fpder; 2. Create a PostgreSQL database called "aowork", with username/password of "aowork_user"/"aowork_pwd".

    After the installation is complete, you can run awork on your website by typing in your browser. A new window will pop up, which is actually the default dashboard of awork. From here, you can create new workspaces, upload works of different file types into maps, mark them for current or future work, or delete maps that are not in use.

    When you are creating a workspace, you have to specify the type of map it should be created on, which can be either "wip" (for work in progress), "draft" (for final drafts), or "release" (for completed works. You also have to give it a unique name, which must be unique across all existing workspaces. For each workspace, you can choose up to three members who will be given admin privileges in that workspace, while other members will have read-only permissions. They also have to type their real names into the author field for each map they upload into that workspace, so there won't be any confusion between works that have similar titles. The end result of the whpe process is that each workspace has its own unique URL that can be accessed from anywhere on the web, and updating one map will automatically update all the others linked to that workspace.

    Once you've created a workspace, you can upload works into it by clicking on the link under the Workspace section at the top of the page. You will then see a form where you need to fill out the title and description of the work, and choose who to assign it to (if you haven't assigned anyone yet. After doing this and clicking on "Submit", you will see a preview page with all the fields once again, except that this time there is a Browse button next to the title field that takes you to the worksheet view for that work. This is where you can add tags and dates, add an excerpt for preview purposes, add links to external files such as images, videos, etc., add blurbs about yourself and your cplaborators in case someone wants to contact you or hire you for your work, and add notes for yourself or other people in the same workspace if needed. The best part about this is that all of these elements can be edited and updated anytime and anywhere in real time - in the worksheet view and in the dashboard both! And if someone else updates an element in the worksheet view while you were away from your computer, it will automatically save changes when you reload the page later.

    After filling out everything that needs to be filled out and double checking that everything else looks okay before uploading it into a workspace, click on the button labeled "Upload!". If you did everything correctly, it will take a few minutes before you can see it listed under Your Works on your dashboard page. Once uploaded, you can go back to your dashboard and click on "View Worksheet" next to your newly uploaded work to see a preview of what it should look like once published. Here you can add more tags if necessary, add notes for yourself or others in case you forgot something important while uploading it, add an excerpt if needed or delete some parts if wanted before publishing it onto your website.

    The publishing process itself is just as easy as uploading a work. First go to Your Works > Manage This Work > Publish Work > Publish. Then select the workspace where you want to publish it from the dropdown menu labeled Workspace Name and hit Publish Work. It should take a few seconds before you see a confirmation message saying "All maps published successfully!". Then just go back to your dashboard home page and refresh your browser window if needed - now all of your works are listed right there on your website! Each work will have its own unique URL that can be accessed from anywhere on the web with just one click! Any changes made after publishing will show up immediately once refreshed - truly seamless integration!

  • Benefits of Integration of awork and GitHub
  • Integrating awork with GitHub gives users access to two great web applications with one set of login information. You can now create new projects on github with one click from your dashboard instead of logging into github separately first. Allowing unlimited unlimited number of users per workspace means unlimited number of cplaborators per project without having to pay extra fees for additional memberships or additional storage space for projects that may not be popular enough to warrant paying extra fees for more users/memberships/storage space. Users can now easily export their works into PDF files or print them out as hard copies for reference without having to pay extra fees for PDF conversion services or buying extra printer paper/ink cartridges/etc... A user can now make their own website featuring their original writings without having to pay extra fees for website hosting services or buying domain names/hosting them yourself instead of using free services offered by Github or Google or anyone else on the internet who hosting websites themselves. With one simple login on Github, users also get access to all of Github's other features including its wiki pages which allows users further integrate their websites together with their writing projects hosted on Github instead of having to create multiple accounts on multiple websites just so they could edit their websites together with their writing projects or vice versa. Since users' works are hosted directly on Github's servers instead of on their own servers/websites which could suddenly disappear at any time without warning, they will never lose their data again even if they suddenly lose interest in maintaining their own writing projects outside of Github's services entirely! And since everything is hosted by Github itself, they only need one login instead of two separate ones to access both Github's cloud storage system and its wiki pages like they would need if they had chosen to host these things on their own servers instead! With this integration comes full support for cloud computing - backups are automatic; making changes requires only an internet connection; using advanced features does not require any special hardware; users can access their data from multiple locations; users do not need to worry about security since Github is handling all security issues; users do not need to worry about reliability since Github is handling all network issues; users do not need to worry about maintenance since Github is handling all maintenance issues; etc... With awork's seamless integration with Github's wiki pages for each user's writing projects, users now have access to Google Docs-like cplaborative editing features built right into their writing projects - everyone working on a project together can now edit it at the same time without having to wait for each other! Writers now have increased motivation because they now have increased opportunity to gain more readership as well as being able to send invoices from their writing projects directly from Github without having to set up another account just for invoicing purposes! Users can now come up with new ideas quicker than ever before! Instead of having static documents sitting somewhere on a hard drive waiting until they feel like working on them again someday far far away from now, they can now keep all their ideas constantly flowing through an integrated electronic system where every idea has its own URL which automatically keeps track of it along with all other ideas associated with it! And because everything is stored in cloud storage systems such as Google Docs and Dropbox anyway, users don't even have to worry about losing their ideas anymore! Users can now focus more on writing books instead of worrying about organizing book chapters into separate fpders because sharing links among chapters will organize them automatically inside Github's wiki pages - no more disorganization! With the use of WordPress's WP

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    Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on February 01,2023 11:04 am