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GitHub event display Bridge

This Bridge configures a GitHub event source and sends all received events to a service called event-display. The receiving service prints the events to stdout and you can see them in the logs of the service. Start by creating a secret that contains your GitHub access token, then configure the GitHub source repository and event types. Submit the Bridge. Once it is ready, generate a GitHub event in your repository and watch the event being delivered to the event-display service. Use this as a starting point to create some code automation.

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