Our announcement last week was Deploy from GitHub. It only seems fitting to announce that this week, we have added GitHub as an event source, as well as three GitHub connector APIs. We are all excited about the possibilities now that GitHub is a first-class citizen of the Standard Library ecosystem.

GitHub Event Source

We've added support for setting GitHub as the event source for workflows. Just select GitHub from the workflow editor and choose an event like pull_request.opened or issues.created.

Event Source

We've written a a tutorial on how to build a GitHub issue management system with Slack and Airtable. You can deploy it instantly from github: project-github-issue-slack-app using our new Deploy on Standard Library button! Here's a preview of what you get.

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GitHub Connector APIs

We've also added three GitHub connector APIs, to help you integrate the GitHub ecosystem into your workflows.

You can use these instantly on Build on Standard Library!

GitHub APIs on Build

If there are any other features of the GitHub API you'd like to see added please don't hesitate to reach out via email steve@stdlib.com, or join join our developer Slack Workspace for help (click here for an invitation).

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Thanks for reading, we can't wait to see what you build!

Steve Meyer
Software Engineer, Standard Library