We have recently added a new feature to Doprax. As you might have guessed, the new feature is to import projects from GitHub! For now, we support Django projects out of the box. But if you are familiar with docker files, you can develop and deploy any project that you want.
The process is very easy. From your dashboard in Doprax, go to the account section and there click on Connect to GitHub.
Connect to GitHub from the account section
You will be directed to GitHub’s OAuth page. If you are already logged in with your GitHub account in your local machine, you just confirm the access of the Doprax OAuth app to your GitHub account.
Authorize Doprax to access your account repositories
After confirmation, you will be redirected to doprax. Now your doprax account is connected to your GitHub account.
Now your Doprax account is connected to your GitHub account
To import projects from your GitHub repositories, click on Import from GitHub in your dashboard (or projects page).
Next, select the repository that you want to import. Click import to go to next step.
Next, you will be prompted to fill a form to create a new project for your repository. Click on Import and create project and it’s done.
After the import is completed, your repository will be cloned into the source folder of the new project. The necessary scripts and a docker file will be added automatically.