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Running Your Open Source Project Directly from GitHub - Uri Cohen

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Just developed a new feature, and looking to try it out? The process of testing new features can be tedious and time consuming – you need to download, run it, set it up, and then quite often you ...

Just developed a new feature, and looking to try it out? The process of testing new features can be tedious and time consuming – you need to download, run it, set it up, and then quite often you find that it doesn’t even fit into a single VM or desktop. All this often creates friction in the process.

But, what if you could commit a new feature and immediately let users try it out directly from your GitHub project or blog without any hassle? This session will present a new open source solution that enables you to demo your features as a service with a javascript embed code.

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