Tag: github

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GitHub API v.1.2.7 - $30.00

CleverLever

ExpressionEngine 2

The most comprehensive add-on for accessing the GitHub API (http://developer.github.com/v3/) in your templates.

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GitHub

Green Egg Media

ExpressionEngine 2

Need to show GitHub data on your ExpressionEngine 2 site? This'll do that.

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Gist

Easy Designs, LLC (Aaron Gustafson)

ExpressionEngine 1.x, ExpressionEngine 2

An ExpressionEngine plugin to allow for embedding of Github Gists.

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Hubbed

Joshua Kendall

ExpressionEngine 2

Returns a list of Github or Bitbucket repos.

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GitHub Download

Eric L. Barnes (suzkaw)

ExpressionEngine 2

This plugin was designed for developers using GitHub to create downloads from their sites.

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Organizing an ExpressionEngine Add-On Collection

Organizing an ExpressionEngine Add-On Collection

09.15.09 by Ryan Masuga

Organizing ExpressionEngine add-ons used to be straightforward, but with the proliferation of EE developers hosting their code socially, new questions are raised about maintenance, support, and versions. Cloning and forking and tags, oh my!

Version Control for ExpressionEngine Using Git (Part 1)

Version Control for ExpressionEngine Using Git (Part 1)

08.24.09 by Ryan Masuga

ExpressionEngine and version control has always been a topic of interest to EE developers, but versioning an EE site can be tricky. This series of articles covers the basics of getting an EE site up and running under the Git version control system. In Part 1 I cover installing Git and setting up a local environment.

On Releasing and Distributing Add-Ons for ExpressionEngine

On Releasing and Distributing Add-Ons for ExpressionEngine

01.27.09 by Ryan Masuga

What is the best way to distribute add-ons for ExpressionEngine? Devot:ee takes a look at the currently available avenues and asks the rhetorical question, “Could this be better?”