Today, we’re excited to introduce repository templates to make boilerplate code management and distribution a first-class citizen on GitHub. To get started, all you need to do is mark a repository as a template, and you’ll immediately be able to use it to generate new repositories with all of the template repository’s files and folders.
Resolve merge conflicts more easily, co-author commits to share credit with others, check out your GitHub pull requests, and more with the release of GitHub Desktop 2.0.
To make it easier for businesses to securely embrace open source and keep up with the best technology has to offer, we’re launching several improvements to GitHub Enterprise. These new features will support businesses as they work toward their goals, encourage open collaboration, and build trust at scale.
It’s more important than ever that every developer becomes a security developer—that they responsibly disclose vulnerabilities and patch vulnerable code quickly. Today, we’re excited to announce several new security features designed to make it easier for developers to secure their code.
We’re excited to announce a new way for teams to manage GitHub at scale. Later this month, you’ll be able to sync groups across Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and GitHub teams.