GitHub app templates

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GitHub Webhook Example

This is a Python Flask API application that handles GitHub webhooks that have been setup for a GitHub repository. The app listens to and receives incoming JSON data from GitHub on it's endpoint `github/webhook/`, and prints it for the user to see. The JSON data can then be stored or further processed as required. The app URL will be used in the webhook setup on GitHub.


Create Repository from Template using Github API

This app creates a GitHub repository using a template repository with user-defined environment variables. The user can add the template repository name and repository owner details as environment variables. They can also add the custom name they would like to give the new repository created from the template. The app uses FastAPI for making the api call to Github endpoints.

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