Posts Tagged ‘github’

Deploying WordPress themes via GitHub with CircleCI

Published by on July 25, 2017.

A lot of marketing sites are built on WordPress these days, which makes a lot of sense. It’s a powerful CMS with an enormous ecosystem. Everything from blogs to e-commerce to real estate sites are powered by it. It should come as no surprise that we use WordPress here at Sprintly as well. We use […]

Turn Slack into a GitHub command center

Published by on September 17, 2015.

Does your team use GitHub Issues? You can now connect Slack and GitHub issues using our app, Partyline. This will allow you to manage your GitHub Issues without ever leaving Slack. For example, you can ask it to show you open issues: You can also create new tasks from Slack: You can try Partyline right […]

Copy & paste screenshots like you do on GitHub

Published by on March 5, 2015.
Copy and paste screenshots like you do on GitHub

Many of us are used to copying images to our clipboard, and pasting them directly into GitHub. Now, if you use Chrome, you can do the same in Sprintly!

Log into Sprintly with Google

Published by on December 18, 2014.

Log in to your existing account with Google Apps: Last month we introduced GitHub Login, this month we introduce Google Login! This will pave the way for some exciting integrations we have planned for 2015. You can also sign-up for a new account with Google: Want to try it out? Log in with your Google […]