- Get achievements on different characteristics of your pull requests
- Use the achievibit chrome extension to see
how to use
we're working on implementing GitHub oAuth to support some extra features.
achievibit needs to be integrated into each enabled repository via a webhook.
- Go to your main repository page
- click on Settings
- on the sidebar, click on Webhooks
- click on add webhook
- paste achievibit's url (
https://achievibit.kibibit.io) into the payload url
- change Content type to
- on ***Which events would you like to trigger this webhook?***, select
Let me select individual events.and check
Pull request reviews
Maybe sometime later we'll also support repo achievements. open an issue if you're interested :-)
You can install our chrome extension to see achievements in github profiles, and see an animation everytime you get an achievement
Add our shield to your project's README
We've just started, and we want to spread the word. We would really appreciate if you'll add our shield if you think
achievibit is worth talking about
copy this snippet to any markdown file
$ npm install
Running the app
# development $ npm run start # watch mode $ npm run start:dev # incremental rebuild (webpack) $ npm run webpack $ npm run start:hmr # production mode $ npm run start:prod
# unit tests $ npm run test # e2e tests $ npm run test:e2e # test coverage $ npm run test:cov
Stay in touch
Want to file a bug, contribute some code, or improve documentation? Excellent! Read up on our guidelines for contributing.
You can check out some easy to start with issues in the Easy Pick.
Contributor Code of Conduct
Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct.
By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.
Copyright (c) 2018 Neil Kalman <email@example.com>