When code export is enabled on your account you will see an additional widget on the Kleeen Authoring Tool homepage. It is important to note that you must launch the latest version of your prototype before export for changes to get exported that occurred after your last export.
This button will create a pull request(pr) to update or publish the code generated by Kleeen to your repository. This pr will need to be approved before the code is added to your repository, just like a pr from a human developer.
To get started you will need an access token from Git Hub to provide to Kleeen. If you wish this token to push to your companies repo and not your personal you need to enable the read:org scope.
Once you have a token navigate to Git Config from the authoring tool's hamburger menu. In the first box you will enter your GIt access token and be prompted to save the value.
After saving, you will see the screen updated to provide the remaining values.
You will need to then confirm the repository owner and name the repository. The value you initially provide for the branch can not be changed later.
Important: Kleeen has found it a best practice to leave the branch name as develop to avoid issues with Git Hub naming conflicts. If you use another branch and have issues try reverting to develop.
If you are pushing to a company repository you will also need to confirm the company name as shown below.
If you have any questions about this, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to answer them for you.