Adding Experience Builder apps to source control

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11-24-2021 10:28 AM
RonaldFraboni
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Hi all,

We are using Experience Builder Developer Edition (v1.5), and would like to add application artifacts to source control.

For the application itself, is the best strategy to add the app subfolder found in the "server\public\apps" folder to source control?  Are there scenarios/considerations that would necessitate adding other subfolders or files found below the "server" folder?

(We will be adding custom widgets found in the client\your-extensions\widgets folder as well.)

Thanks,

Ron

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GavinRehkemper
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Ronald, in general yes that should work. Also see some helpful tips in the FAQ (https://developers.arcgis.com/experience-builder/guide/frequently-asked-questions/) under "How should I set up my web-based repo to develop widgets, themes, and apps as a team?",

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GavinRehkemper
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Ronald, in general yes that should work. Also see some helpful tips in the FAQ (https://developers.arcgis.com/experience-builder/guide/frequently-asked-questions/) under "How should I set up my web-based repo to develop widgets, themes, and apps as a team?",