Projects are what Embold uses to store and manage your code; they contain the repositories you link to Embold. You can create as many projects as you need and can add as many repositories to it as you like. For today’s tutorial, we’ll be creating a single project and linking a single repository.

Steps to add a project:

In case you’re not there already, log into your Embold account ( Navigate to the page Projects and click Create A New Project.

Enter Project Details:

You should now see a popup with two fields: project name and project description. Normally, you would enter information relevant to your own project, but for this tutorial, we’ll use the following:

  1. In the field, Project Name, enter “Apache”.
  2. In the field, Project Description, enter “Apache Commons Text is a library focused on algorithms working on strings.”

Once you have entered the information, click Create Project.
You just created your first project on Embold!