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.
GitHub and Major League Hacking (MLH) came together to organize Local Hack Day: Share.
The GitHub for mobile beta is now available on Android—learn more and sign up to be part of a limited test group.
Now you can automatically link references to external systems with GitHub Pro, Team, and Enterprise plans.
Mark files as viewed—and see if they’ve changed since you viewed them—to easily pick up where you left off.
The Atom editor has been updated to make common features notably faster.
For quick and easy access, you can now view comments from review in Atom from a dock next to the editor.
The latest release includes performance improvements, bug fixes, and a few new features to make your experience using GitHub for Visual Studio even smoother.
We are excited to release GitHub Desktop 1.6, bringing new features and improvements around onboarding, suggested next steps, and large file restrictions.
Multiple diffs are now displayed in Atom before making a commit.
Create and manage pull requests in VS Code.
A roundup of our favorite 2018 ships for collaboration, business, platform, security, and learning.
GitHub for Unity version 1.2.0 now supports GitHub Enterprise.
Get more information when reviewing pull requests with check runs and annotations.
Never lose an in-progress comment again now that GitHub for Visual Studio automatically saves comment drafts.