Want to try your own repo?

It's easy. Just use the button.

Add the following source to your GitHub repo README:

[![Deploy](https://deploy-to-sfdx.com/dist/assets/images/DeployToSFDX.svg)](https://deploy-to-sfdx.com)

Next, create a .salesforcedx.yaml file in your repo (use what you need):

scratch-org-def: config/project-scratch-def.json assign-permset: true permset-name: yourpermset run-apex-tests: true delete-scratch-org: false show-scratch-org-url: true open-path: c/YourCustomApp.app data-plans: - ./data/YourCustomObject1__c-plan.json - ./data/YourCustomObject2__c-plan.json

That's it! See the https://github.com/wadewegner/sfdx-simple for an example of the button in action!

Embedding the button in an article or blog? Be sure to use the template parameter adjusting it to your GitHub repo.

[![Deploy](https://deploy-to-sfdx.com/dist/assets/images/DeployToSFDX.svg)](https://deploy-to-sfdx.com?template=https://github.com/wadewegner/sfdx-simple/)

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