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So, I deploy updates for a friends website in Github. Today, I decided to come up with a ‘front_end’ that allowed my friend add updates and approve it for upload to the website.
I used Airtable for the form, with a button sending form values to a custom source in Pipedream. The custom source checks the type of content (publication or press) that was updated and directs the event query to a specified webhook that triggers a workflow.
Each workflow gets the necessary yaml file in Github, adds the update and commits to Github.
The repo is rebuilt by a Github action and the update goes live.
I will be investigating using this to put together my pipedream codes into single files in Github.