Last month we launched an exciting new feature, Declarative Sync. This feature revolves around the use of our CLI tool, specifically the
The generate command uses your input to write a configuration file to your file system. You can then use this file to configure the various objects in Grouparoo, like Apps, Sources, or Destinations.
These templates are then read and processed by Grouparoo when the server starts. This makes it trivial to import and export data from your various data sources and destinations by just writing a few lines of JSON.
You can work the way you are already working. You check your config files into Git. And you can even run tests to ensure your data is moving around as you'd expect.
See the docs for more information on how to configure your Grouparoo project using code config files. Or check out our video to see an overview on how it all fits together.