Fetch the full name of all repositories accessible to a GitHub App.
Fetch the full name, such as
org/repository of all repositories that are accessible to a GitHub App because the application was intalled on an entire organization, or because it was installed on the specific repository.
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github-app-repositories for use in your project please run the following command:
yarn add github-app-repositories
To fetch all repositories accessible to a GitHub App you will need to pass the application ID and private key to
const githubAppRepositories = ;;
An array of objects is returned with each object containing the full name of the repository, including it's organization, such as
org/repository, and the installation on which it belongs.
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