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Discussion on: Automating My Deploys From GitHub to Glitch

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David Kramer

Thank you! This article is awesome!

I was so inspired by the technique you describe that I created a new project, glitcheroo. It lets you deploy an app from a local git repository to a remote Glitch project, kind of like Heroku.

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Melissa McEwen Author

Whoa, I'm totally gonna check this out, it sounds awesome.

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David Kramer

I wrote up an introduction here: dev.to/bacongravy/introducing-glit...

I'd love your feedback.

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Melissa McEwen Author

Reading now + sharing with my colleagues!

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David Kramer

Coming full circle, I also created a project to demonstrate how to use glitcheroo from a GitHub Actions workflow: github.com/bacongravy/useful-insect

This is the interesting part:

      - name: Deploy project to Glitch
        run: |
          npx glitcheroo deploy
        env:
          GLITCHEROO_GIT_URL: ${{ secrets.GLITCHEROO_GIT_URL }}