GitHub Galaxy 2023: Empower developer teams with a new developer experience
Learn how GitHub’s one, integrated platform–powered by AI and secure at every step—helps developer teams be more productive, collaborative, and efficient.
Now you can create and delete branches from GitHub.com. Create a branch In your repository's branch selector, just start typing a new branch name. We'll give you the option to…
Now you can create and delete branches from GitHub.com.
In your repository’s branch selector, just start typing a new branch name. We’ll give you the option to create a new branch:
We’ll branch off of your current context. For example, if you’re on the
bugfix branch, we’ll create a new branch from
bugfix instead of
master. Looking at a commit or a tag instead? We’ll branch your code from that specific revision.
You’ll also see a delete button in your repository’s Branches page:
As an added bonus, we’ll also give you a link to the branch’s Pull Request, if it has one.
For small changes like documentation fixes, typos, or if you’re just a walking software compiler, you can get a lot done in your browser without needing to clone the entire repository to your computer: