Announcing the public preview of GitHub Advanced Security for Azure DevOps
GitHub Advanced Security for Azure DevOps is now available for public preview, making GitHub’s same application security testing tools natively available on Azure Repos.
It's easy to explore code in your browser when you visit a GitHub repository, but you often want to pull that code directly into the appropriate editor and try it…
It’s easy to explore code in your browser when you visit a GitHub repository, but you often want to pull that code directly into the appropriate editor and try it out. For example, if the repository contains an
.xcworkspace file, you might want to open that code in Xcode.
This is possible starting today with the new “Open in Xcode” button.
The button works with Xcode 9, the latest version announced at today’s WWDC, which includes GitHub integration developed by Apple. Once you authenticate into Xcode with your GitHub account, the “Open in Xcode” button will appear for relevant repositories on GitHub. Click the button and Xcode will launch, prompting you to choose a directory to clone the repository to your local machine.