In this article I describe how you can benefit from such a data visualization front-end without writing a single line of code.
Updating Data Files: Commits vs. Pull Requests?
I decided to switch to an alternative approach in GitHub Actions.
Instead of committing, I updated the script to open a Pull Request. If I need to run the demo, I’ll merge it (and pull locally); if not, it will stay open. If an opened PR already exists, the action will overwrite it.
Now, I can schedule the action more frequently.