Joget DX 8 Stable Released
The stable release for Joget DX 8 is now available, with a focus on UX and Governance.
I am working on a Joget project with myself and another developer. We use Git (the version control system) to manage our source code and history. We find it reasonably easy to use, and it greatly helps us with our development.
The problem is I don't know an immediately easy way to story Joget artifacts in version contro, and how to use these artifacts to recreate the website we are developing.
We considered exporting the Joget project using the normal Joget export. This is entirely inappropriate though for version control, as you cannot easily version control binary files like .zip in a meaningful way. It also makes it impossible for multiple developers to work at the same time, as we are always working against different zip versions of the website. If we did do this, we would have to pull the latest zip and redo our changes over this every time.
Basically my question is: what is the best practice for using version control with Joget. Specifically how do you use Git in a meaningful way to store all artifacts, so that you can reproduce your website very easily.
Thanks a lot,