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How Flare's GitHub integration works under the hood

Original – by Freek Van der Herten – 1 minute read

Last week, my colleague Ruben and I launched a major new feature at Flare: there's a new integration with GitHub that makes it possible to:

  • create a GitHub issue directly on a Flare error
  • associate a GitHub issue with a Flare error by mentioning a Flare URL in the GitHub issue
  • automatically resolve an error on Flare when you close the GitHub issue
  • automatically close a GitHub issue when you resolve an error in Flare

In this stream, Ruben and I will show you how you can use this integration and how it works under the hood.

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