Yes! If I could do that easily by providing the repo link, it would allow me to develop locally, push to github, refresh my Build page and suck in the new changes. Even if I have to press a Re-import button on the Build project to pull in changes from github, that would be awexome. Although pulling only when loading wouldn’t be too bad since you are not likely going to click down the list of projects you really don’t want to look at. You are going to scroll to the one you want, and then click on it. It would make sense to auto refresh it from github, but that feature could even be one of those [ ] checkbox items. The other thing that would be cool… if I didn’t have to link each page, and did things similar to how the Examples work… I would provide a json file with the project that told how things should be loaded. In that json file, I could even specify other repo locations for files, maybe another library I’ve developed and I’m maintaining separately.