From hosting private packages in a private repository to tightening your security profile with GITHUB_TOKEN, here are five simple ways you can streamline your workflow with GitHub Packages.
The GitHub for Unity extension we announced at the Game Developers Conference last March is now open source! Download the latest release for Windows and OS X for free, and enjoy the benefits of Git and features of GitHub without leaving Unity.
GitHub for Unity supports Git LFS, the open source Git extension for versioning large files.
With the introduction of file locking in Git LFS 2.2.0, locking files to avoid merge conflicts is a simple as a few clicks. No more shouting at your colleagues from across the room (or sending them messages in ALL CAPS) telling them to leave your scene alone.
Ditch the command line and view your project history, experiment in branches, craft a commit from your changes, and push your code to GitHub—all within Unity.
GitHub for Unity is still alpha quality. Please check out the known issues, and make sure you have backups of your work before trying it out.
Find a bug? Want to suggest a feature? Look over our Contributing Guide. We’re focused on triaging reported issues as we work towards a 1.0 milestone, and we’d love your help. All contributions are welcome.
If you have any questions or comments, email us at email@example.com.
Thank you to all of the preview release participants for your feedback. And of course, our friends on the Git LFS team and at Unity.