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Reportal allows you to create custom dashboards and list views with your data from GitHub. You can create dashboards for specific repositories, which list relevant issues, discussions, pull requests and release information, or create a dashboard for your user or organization, which shows information related to all your repositories.
You can create custom lists of GitHub items, and use lots of filtering- and searching options to customize the lists to your needs. Those lists can be helpful in reporting scenarios, but also just for keeping an overview of which issues are important to you, or which pull requests you should review.
In the dashboard view, you can combine multiple lists alongside additional widgets that aggregate repository information. You can create multiple dashboards, for example one per repository, or one for each of your teams.
The list view features of Reportal are similar to the Projects feature of GitHub, but they do provide different features. Reportal does not aim to replace Projects, but provide a solution to seperate use cases that what Projects aims for. Reportal Lists allow you to define reusable search strings that provide an overview of all items that match the search, whereas Projects are rather based on custom setup of items. Also, Projects focuses on Issues and Pull Requests, whereas Reportal allows you to create lists of all sorts of items, such as Discussions, Repositories, or Repository Events.
You can create lists of
You can add the following items to your dashboards:
yarnto install dependencies
yarn startto run in dev mode
yarn testto run tests
yarn lintto test and fix linter errors
To publish a new version, the publish pipeline can be manually
invoked, or run
You can use scaffold-cli to generate new files from templates.
npm i -g @lukasbach/scaffold scaf template-name scaf list