Hey there Kirby community!
I’ve been doing some freelance developer work for a client (designer) who wanted their site to run on Kirby v3. As a part of that, I had to find a way to automatically commit and push content-changes from the server back to the git repository of the website.
I solved this by writing a plugin that ties into Kirby’s hooks for content changes. While I was at it, I also added a little auto-deploy that would automatically download and deploy changes made to the site’s code whenever they’re pushed to the git repo (via GitHub webhooks).
I was wondering if this kind of plugin could be useful to anyone else here and whether I should take the time to properly package it up and push it out for others to use?
There doesn’t seem to be something solving this issue quite like this (only thing I found is a plugin that requires some more git-voodoo where content & “code” live in separate git repos), so is there any interest here or are you all just not running into this problem?
Any feedback would be much appreciated. Have a nice Sunday everyone!