How to move Skuid pages, model, resources, components etc... from one Salesforce Org to another

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I would like to know if you can package your Skuid pages, assignments, models, resources etc... and move all of these settings from one Salesforce Org to another.
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We'd encourage you to look at this resource in our help files that describes our Page Pack functionality. 

http://help.skuidify.com/m/page-assignments-and-overrides/l/245955-import-export-page-packs-and-modu...

Page packs create a static resources in the org where you are working that you can migrate to other orgs in a number of ways. 

There are also a few other conversations on the community related to that topic. 
 
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled
Hi Robb, question about deploying models, pages etc... to other Orgs.


Hi Robb you replied with the below, I have already read that help page thanks. The question I have is that it only migrates Pages over, is there a way to migrate the models, resources and components etc... instead of having to manually recreate them in each Org, thanks.

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We'd encourage you to look at this resource in our help files that describes our Page Pack functionality. 

http://help.skuidify.com/m/page-assignments-and-overrides/l/245955-import-export-page-packs-and-modu...

Page packs create a static resources in the org where you are working that you can migrate to other orgs in a number of ways. 

There are also a few other conversations on the community related to that topic. 
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Here are some more details: 

1. Models and in page resources (JS snippets etc) are all part of the page definition file.  They will all be moved with the page data. 
2. If you create your own custom components, themes, etc - these are stored as static resources and can be migrated with a change set. 

The one place where things are rough right now is with page assignments.  You can export these to a csv,  but you have to replace the page ids in the new org before you can import them successfully into the new org.  Data migration 101 kind of stuff. 

You should be good. 

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