GitHub Actions hosted virtual environments are a turn-key option for running your workflows. But if you need fine-grained control and customization of your environment, then self-hosted runners give you full control of the hardware, operating
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GitHub’s dependency graph identifies all upstream dependencies and public downstream dependents of a repository or package by parsing manifest files, so that you can better manage the security and compliance of your dependencies.
Today GitHub Actions shipped a series of features designed to improve your workflows when working with PRs from repository forks. New settings for private repository forks Many GitHub customers choose to work in a forking
Keep dependencies up to date, to make sure you can quickly apply a patch when it really matters – when there’s a critical security vulnerability.
Keeping your dependencies updated is one of the easiest ways to keep the software you build secure. However, while it’s critically important to keep your dependencies updated, in a recent survey, 52% of developers said
Now you can define secrets for an organization, making it easier to keep secrets synced across multiple repositories.
In this edition of GitHub Protips, Sarah Vessels shares how she expresses ideas in code and doesn’t stress about the nitty-gritty details of how to neatly organize branches.
With Luke Hefson’s many different roles at GitHub, he’s learned about tons of hacks and protips that he can’t wait to share with you.
The latest GitHub Desktop release includes the most requested feature of the past six months: tags! Create, push, and view tags directly from GitHub Desktop.