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You need need to set the `ASANA_KEY` environment variable to your [Asana API Key].
-Once that's set, git-asana depends on express.js and require.js. To get started locally:
- git clone https://github.com/jamieforrest/github-asana.git
- cd github-asana
- npm install
- node app.js
+Once that's set, git-asana depends on express.js and require.js. To get started locally:
+* git clone https://github.com/jamieforrest/github-asana.git
+* cd github-asana
+* npm install
+* node app.js
+
To run on Heroku is even easier:
- git clone https://github.com/jamieforrest/github-asana.git
- cd github-asana
- heroku create -s cedar
- git push heroku master
- heroku config:add ASANA_KEY=<your_api_key_here>
+* git clone https://github.com/jamieforrest/github-asana.git
+* cd github-asana
+* heroku create -s cedar
+* git push heroku master
+* heroku config:add ASANA_KEY=<your_api_key_here>
Once you have this hosted, you need to set up GitHub's Service Hook. Go to your repositories "Admin",
then click "Service Hooks" followed by "WebHook URLs". Add a URL for your newly hosted server.

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