Explore the July edition, featuring prompts, tips, and use cases for GitHub Copilot.
Today, we’re excited to announce Releases, a workflow for shipping
software to end users. Releases are first-class objects with changelogs
and binary assets that present a full project history beyond Git artifacts.
They’re accessible from a repository’s homepage:
Releases are accompanied by release notes and links to download the software
or source code.
Following the conventions of many Git projects, releases are tied to Git tags.
You can use an existing tag, or let releases create the tag when it’s published.
We recommend projects use Semantic Versioning, but it is
As a repository collaborator, you can draft up a changelog in a release’s notes.
Any non-production releases (alphas, betas, release candidates) can be
identified through the pre-release checkbox.
You can also attach binary assets (such as compiled executables,
minified scripts, documentation) to a release. Once published, the
release details and assets are available to anyone that can view the repository.