You can sync the following resources with GitHub:
Files for your content
The sync is currently uni-directional. In order to sync files from a GitHub repository, the GitHub account must allow access to Next Tech's GitHub OAuth application.
As an admin or editor, navigate to your account page and select the GitHub option:
Select Allow GitHub Repository Access.
Next Tech will request access to your GitHub repo. Permission for third party access may be needed from within GitHub. Information about granting access can be found here.
While in the creator, navigate to the "Settings" in the left navigation menu, and scroll down to "GitHub Sync Settings". Here you add both a base repository and a markdown repository. Often, these two values will be the same. Add the URL for the account and the root of the repo that should be linked.
GitHub file links specifies the path to the files that should be included in the user's project. Clicking the + New Link button will display two text fields, "Remote Path" and the "Local Path". The remote path contains the full path to directory in the repo that should be synced, excluding the account and root. The local path is the directory to sync the files to.
Once those variables have been set, the sync can be forced by clicking the Files drop down in the upper right corner of the screen and selecting Sync GitHub.
The sync will produce one of two options:
Once the files have synced successfully, save the files by clicking Save Files.
To sync markdown files into the instruction pane, select + New Block and then the Markdown option. Make sure you select the option with the GitHub logo. This will display a text field for the full path, minus the values set in the "GitHub Sync Settings". To force sync the instructions, select the GitHub logo in the bottom right of the instruction pane.
Syncing in markdown from GitHub will also download any images not hosted by Next Tech, upload them to Next Tech's file storage (hosted by Filestack), and then update the contents of the markdown file in GitHub with the new URLs. This allows you to ensure that images hosted externally or only accessible within the GitHub repo will still be displayed as expected inside the markdown in Next Tech.