Distributed version control systems like Git have enabled new and powerful workflows, but they haven’t always been practical for versioning large files. We’re excited to announce Git Large File Storage (LFS) as an improved way
Good news, everyone! Changing your public profile picture just got easier. Click the “Account Settings” icon in the header. Upload a picture of your awesome new haircut. Crop the picture and save it. You can
This summer we made it easier to release your software. Today, you can fully automate those releases via the Releases API Preview. :sparkles::zap::rocket: You can even upload binaries in a single step: curl -H “Authorization:
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
We are finishing up a new GitHub Services backend, dubbed “Hookshot”, to increase the speed and reliability of our delivered payloads. We are doing what we can to make this a seamless transition for everyone.
Now that the dust has settled around Notifications and Stars, we’ve unleashed all that :sparkles: in a brand new API. You can now view and mark notifications as read. The core notifications functionality is under
We recently changed the Watcher behavior on GitHub. What used to be known as “Watching” is now “Starring”. Starring is basically a way to bookmark interesting repositories. Watching is a way to indicate that you