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The dependency graph is rolling out for all PHP repositories with Composer dependencies. In addition to Composer, GitHub supports package managers for many other programming languages, including Maven, NPM, Yarn, and Nuget.
Our help documentation, covering topics from GitHub.com, GitHub Enterprise, GitHub Desktop, and GitHub Pages is now available in Spanish.
We’ve introduced the ability to proxy packages from the npm registry through GitHub Package Registry for easier configuration and consolidation. Read more about the change and opt in to try it out.
GitHub Sponsors now features a new streamlined onboarding and payment experience with Stripe Connect.
The WebAuthn standard for security keys is making authentication as easy as possible. Now you can use security keys for second-factor authentication on GitHub with many more browsers and devices.
Token scanning has reached a new milestone: one billion tokens identified. We’ve also added five new partners—Atlassian, Dropbox, Discord, Proctorio, and Pulumi.
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GitHub Actions now supports CI/CD
GitHub Actions makes it easier to automate how you build, test, and deploy your projects on any platform, including Linux, macOS, and Windows. Try out the beta before GitHub Actions is generally available on November 13.Sign up for the beta