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Congratulations on creating your first exbuilder project! Here are some suggestions for what to do next.
Create a repository for your project on a repository manager like GitHub or GitLab. Once created, you can set your project's origin to your new repository's url with git, which will allow you to push your local project files to your new repo! To do this in the terminal, from your project directory, run
git remote set-url origin http://github.com/you/your-repo-name
Then, whenever you make changes to your project on your local computer, you can push them to this repository with
git add .
git commit -m "inital commit"
git push origin main
The README.md file is in your main project directory
If you aren't sure what to include, we suggest including at least: (1) your project's title, (2) authors, (3) a brief description, and (4) instructions for starting your project's containers. Here is a sample readme file to show you how this might look.
Next you might want to check out the Directory Structure for an overview of what is included in your exbuilder project.
After that, you can work through each of the Project Components.
If your project includes web experiments and you want to deploy them to your own server, you can use exbuilder deployer to deploy your experiments inside their docker container. You can read more about how to setup a server with exbuilder deployer in the Deployment section.