Throughout the beta, we added features to improve the experience of using the Container registry. Today, we’re excited to announce that the Container registry is generally available as part of GitHub Packages!
The latest version of GitHub Desktop allows you to squash commits, squash and merge, reorder, amend your last commit, check out a branch from a previous commit, and more.
In May, GitHub shipped a total of 20 new features. We love what we do, but we know it’s a lot to keep up with. So we’re trying something new on the GitHub Blog—a monthly recap of everything that shipped to Changelog in the past month. Check out some of the updates you might have missed.
GitHub Desktop 2.8 now includes several new features to make it easier to work with diffs and easier for people who have multiple copies of the same repository. Expand diffs to get more context around
GitHub Actions is a powerful, flexible CI/CD service that gives developers the ability to automate all of their software workflows. Developers have built amazing things with GitHub Actions, and the CI/CD service has dramatically accelerated
gh brings GitHub to the command line by helping developers manage pull requests, issues, gists, and much more. As of 1.9.0, even more of GitHub is available in your terminal: GitHub Actions. It’s already possible
GitHub Actions provide a powerful, extensible way to automate software development workflows. When access to outside resources is required, GitHub provides the ability to store encrypted secrets used by GitHub Actions to authenticate against these
GitHub Mobile helps you get work done when you’re on the go, wherever you go. You’ve told us that you’d like more options for push notifications and viewing releases on mobile, but also want more