Working with web designer in Spring MVC project using Git
I am working with a web designer that is making the JSP pages (really HTML pages) for my Spring MVC project. We have the designer make the HTML pages and them I take them and add the Springs tags to them. I have my project in git and the design has been emailing me the pages.
But I am looking for a better work flow. If the designer gives me the pages in html and then I add the all the Spring tags and the user wants a change the designer is sending me html again and I have to redo all my springs tags. Does anyone know of a better way to do this flow. also I dont want the design to have access to my full project in git if I give them git access.. can we somehow only give them access to one folder?
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Couple of options:
- Email the designer the JSP pages with the tags embedded, and ask him or her to apply changes to that page.
- Use a branch in git for accepting the designer’s HTML submissions. Merging this branch into a trunk can replay the steps of replacing tokens, as long as the incremental changes are small (the entire DOM isn’t rewritten with every submission)
- Let him or her clone your git repository. Not sure why you’re afraid to do this, but there are such things as NDAs to protect yourself legally. If I were he or she, I’d be bringing this up in every single meeting with you.
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