Check out Lee Reilly’s top ten tips and tricks to help you hack your GitHub experience. You won’t believe tip number eight!
There are lots of hidden secrets, keyboard shortcuts, hacks, and more that can make you and your team’s GitHub experience more productive, personal, and entertaining. Here are some Protips that Vitor Monteiro, GitHub Strategic Architect, has picked up along the way that might be useful to you.
In-depth analysis of February service disruptions that impacted GitHub services.
GitHub Desktop 2.4 gets you set up to work behind a proxy without having to configure anything manually, allows you to easily create an issue, and brings dark theme out of beta.
With easier organization and increased scalability, repository admins can more efficiently control access management to get users the permissions they need.
Now, anyone can connect an issue to a pull request from the issue directly using the new linked pull request section providing greater context to your workflow.
Manage secrets, make use of self-hosted runners, and more with the GitHub Actions API—now available in beta.
GitHub Desktop brings two features that avoid permission failures: rerouting when pushing to a cloned repository and rerouting when pushing to a protected branch.
Want to contribute to open source, but not sure where to begin? GitHub now helps you find good first issues to get you started.