Github is the best place to share code with friends, co-workers, classmates, and complete strangers. Over six million people use GitHub to build amazing things together.
Head over to your application's integration page. Click on the "Configure" button for GitHub integration.
On the next step click on the "Install Github app" button.
You will be redirected to GitHub, here you should select your account/organization where the application source code exists.
You will then be asked to select the repository of your application. Depending on your preference either select "All repositories" or select specific repositories my choosing "Only select repositories". Once done click on "Install & Request" button.
After this step you will be redirect back to AppSignal where you should link your application in AppSignal with the repository in GitHub using the "linked repository" drop down menu and then click on "Save repository selection" button.
You are now done, if you head back to your application's integration page you will notice the integration is now active.
If you already linked your organization at GitHub with AppSignal and you are not seeing the repository when you visit the organization integrations page. Then click on the "Configure this integration on GitHub" button.
You will be redirected to GitHub, make sure you have selected the repository which is missing in AppSignal, or select "All repositories" and click on "Save" button.
You will be redirected back to AppSignal and you should now be able to see the name of your repository in the "linked repository" drop down.
If anything went wrong while validating the integration your will be prompted with the error message. Feel free contact us if you experience any problems while setting up this integration.