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Netlify + Habitica Integrations

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About Netlify

Netlify is the platform your developers love for building highly-performant and dynamic web sites, e-commerce stores and applications.

About Habitica

Habitica is a free habit and productivity tool that assists you in achieving your health and happiness objectives.

Habitica Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Netlify + Habitica

  • Netlify Habitica

    Netlify + Habitica

    Create Challenge to Habitica from New Deploy Succeeded in Netlify Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Netlify New Deploy Succeeded
     
    Then do this...
    Habitica Create Challenge
  • Netlify Habitica

    Netlify + Habitica

    Update Challenge in Habitica when New Deploy Succeeded is created in Netlify Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Netlify New Deploy Succeeded
     
    Then do this...
    Habitica Update Challenge
  • Netlify Habitica

    Netlify + Habitica

    Join Challenge in Habitica when New Deploy Succeeded is created in Netlify Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Netlify New Deploy Succeeded
     
    Then do this...
    Habitica Join Challenge
  • Netlify Habitica

    Netlify + Habitica

    Leave Challenge in Habitica when New Deploy Succeeded is created in Netlify Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Netlify New Deploy Succeeded
     
    Then do this...
    Habitica Leave Challenge
  • Netlify Habitica

    Netlify + Habitica

    Create Task to Habitica from New Deploy Succeeded in Netlify Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Netlify New Deploy Succeeded
     
    Then do this...
    Habitica Create Task
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    Netlify + {{item.actionAppName}}

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Connect Netlify + Habitica in easier way

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

    Triggers
  • New Deploy Failed

    Triggers when a new deploy of your site has failed.

  • New Deploy Started

    Triggers when a new deploy of your site has started building.

  • New Deploy Succeeded

    Triggers when a new version of your site has successfully deployed.

  • New Form Submission

    Triggers when a form receives a new submission.

  • New Challenges

    Triggers when a new challenge is created

  • New Group

    Triggers when a new group is created

  • New Inbox Message

    Triggers when a new inbox message created.

  • New Message Posted to Group

    Triggers when a new message posted to group is created.

  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created

  • New User Challenges

    Triggers when a new user challenge is created.

    Actions
  • Start Deploy

    Performs a new deploy of an existing site.

  • Add Checklist Item

    Add an item to the task's checklist.

  • Create Challenge

    Create a new challenge

  • Create Task

    Create a new task.

  • Join Challenge

    Join a challenge

  • Leave Challenge

    Leave a challenge

  • Send Group Message

    Send message in the selected group.

  • Send Private Message

    Send private message to the member.

  • Update Challenge

    Update a challenge's name, description, or summary

How Netlify & Habitica Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Netlify 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 Habitica 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 Netlify to Habitica.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Netlify and Habitica

  • Netlify?
  • Netlify is an automation platform for modern web apps. It features Continuous Deployment, Automatic HTTPS, and a Command Line Interface (CLI. The CLI is a top which simplifies deployment by automatically handling the tedious tasks of configuration, so you can focus on your code.

  • Habitica?
  • Habitica is a self improvement/self help website. It is a free online game that helps users achieve their goals. Users can add habits to their routine and check off tasks when they're completed. On Habitica, users can also add friends to help them stay motivated. Habitica was created by Adam Dachis in 2013. Since then it has been featured in The Guardian, Lifehacker, and many more.

  • Integration of Netlify and Habitica
  • The integration of Netlify and Habitica would make it easier for users to deploy websites to Netlify. Currently, it is a bit tedious to get both platforms to communicate with one another, due to the fact that there isn't a built-in connection between the two. With this integration, users would be able to easily get their sites deployed from Habitica to Netlify with just a couple clicks.

    In order to create this integration, there should be a couple new features added to the Habitica website:

    • Github Integration. When adding a site in Habitica, there should be an option to add a Github repository instead of just a Github username. If this feature were implemented, when deploying the site it would automatically connect to the repo and download the files accordingly.
    • Netlify Integration. When adding a site in Habitica, there should be an option to add a Netlify repository instead of just a Github username. If this feature were implemented, when deploying the site it would automatically connect to the repo and download the files accordingly.
    • Deployment Dashboard. A dashboard should be added to show how many sites are currently being deployed and how many still need to be deployed. This will allow users to know what they need to do in order to finish deploying all of their sites. This dashboard will also feature a section where people can see all of the errors they encountered during the deployment process and how they can fix them (preferably with links that go directly to notifications on Github or Netlify.
    • Deployment Error Notifications. When deploying a site to Netlify, if something goes wrong during the process there should be an error notification that pops up on the user's computer showing what went wrong during deployment. If this notification were implemented, then the user would know at first glance what went wrong and how they could fix it before having to go through all of their logs manually looking for an error message.
    • Deployment Notifications. If this feature were implemented, then after each deployment there would be a notification sent out via email letting users know that their site was successfully deployed on Netlify. This way users wouldn't have to worry about checking their sites every few minutes after they've deployed them to make sure everything went okay.
    • All Files Mapped to URL Prefix. When creating a new site on Netlify it allows you to set your subdomain or subfpder depending on if you are using subdomains or subdirectories respectively. However, no matter what subdomain or subfpder you choose you are still required to upload your files under /<subdomain> or /<subfpder> respectively. This is annoying because it doesn't allow people who have subdomains or subfpders set up on their sites to have less work to do when deploying, so the only way around it is for them to create another project on Netlify using subdomains or subfpders instead of subdomains or subfpders respectively, which isn't very intuitive for people who don't already know about the difference between subdomains and subfpders, or people who are new to Netlify altogether. So I propose that if this feature were implemented then all of the files uploaded through Netlify would be mapped directly to their respective URL prefix instead of having to upload them under /<subdomain> or /<subfpder>. For example, if someone chose foobar as their subdomain on Netlify, then any files uploaded through Netlify would be mapped directly to https://foobar/<files>, if someone chose subfpder as their subfpder on Netlify, then any files uploaded through Netlify would be mapped directly to https://<username>.netlify<subfpder>/<files>, if someone chose subdomain as their subdomain on Netlify then any files uploaded through Netlify would be mapped directly to https://<username>.netlify/<files>, and if someone chose subfpder as their subfpder on Netlify then any files uploaded through Netlify would be mapped directly to https://<username>.netlify/<subfpder>/<files>. In addition to mapping the files directly to their respective URL prefixes, if someone chose subdomain as their subdomain on Netlify then URL redirections from http://uldurl.com/to/file would automatically be changed to https://foobar/to/file, if someone chose subfpder as their subfpder on Netlify then URL redirections from http://uldurl.com/to/file would automatically be changed to https://username.<subfpder>.netlify/to/file, if someone chose subdomain as their subdomain on Netlify then URL redirections from http://uldurl.com/to/file would automatically be changed to https://username.<subdomain>/to/file, and if someone chose subfpder as their subfpder on Netlify then URL redirections from http://uldurl.com/to/file would automatically be changed to https://username.<subfpder>.netlify/to/file if that file exists or https://username.<subfpder>.netlify/to/file otherwise.
    • Custom Domain Support. When adding a new site on Netlify it requires you to input your domain name after you have inputted your username, but sometimes your domain name is different than your username (such as if your website is hosted through Google), so I propose that if this feature was implemented then instead of inputting your domain name specifically it would allow you to input "custom" as the domain name and it would automatically map it directly to your registered domain name (such as if your website was hosted through Google and your domain name was google-hosted-website.com and you chose custom as your domain name then it would map it directly to that same URL. It should also give you an option to let you know that it will register your custom domain name for you for free upon setting up your site if you don't want them registering it right away (because some people might not want them registering their domain names right away even though they want them mapped directly.
    • Custom Domain Auto-Renewal. Once your custom domain name has been registered by Netlify you should have an option where you can choose if you want them to renew your domain name automatically every year at the same time they renew yours (usually annually. for free or pay $12 per year if you want them renewing yours for longer than just one year at a time (because some people might not want them renewing theirs for longer than just one year at a time.
    • Custom Domain Privacy Protection. Once your custom domain name has been registered by Netlify you should have an option where you can choose if you want them encrypting all DNS lookups from traffic from your custom domain name over HTTPS or not encrypting them at all (because some people might not want them encrypting all DNS lookups from traffic from their custom domains over HTTPS.

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