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.
We're unveiling the 2018 theme for Game Off, our annual month-long game jam (hackathon for building games). Continue reading to learn more.
Atom 1.32 provides improved syntax highlighting and code folding by parsing your code while you type it.
Build a game this November in our annual month-long game jam
Learn more about GitHub's editor tools—and join the team at GitHub Universe, October 16-17.
Clone GitHub repositories with the extension’s dialog in two ways.
A new way to view and interact with pull requests in Atom through the GitHub package
With the release of GitHub for Visual Studio 2.5.5, pull requests now support checks and statuses.
GitHub for Visual Studio 2.5.4 introduces new pull request improvements and easier navigation between GitHub.com and Visual Studio.
The Octokit.NET library is now available for GitHub API v4.
Our GitHub Editor Tools team is always working to build the best experience—and to do that, want to hear from the people using them every day.
The most recent release of the GitHub for Visual Studio Extension supports your most common pull request workflows.
Writing code with other developers can be a great way to onboard teammates, get to know how your peers think, and learn new skills. Unfortunately, writing code together can be…
In collaboration with Facebook, we're excited to announce Atom-IDE—a set of optional packages that bring IDE-like functionality to Atom. The initial release includes smarter, context-aware auto-completion, navigation features, like outline…