Use Markdown to show your GitHub Actions job summaries in a way that works best for you.
See how you can start using this today ⬇️
Using GitHub Actions to build a CI/CD pipeline has many advantages 💪
- Simple set-up
- You can respond to any webhook on GitHub
- Community-powered, reusable workflows
- Support for any platform, language, and cloud
Get building today!
Looking for a Sunday read? Here's a fascinating look into what a generation of programmers learnt from hacking AOL in the '90s.
What GitHub Action do you love that you think people should know about?
You don't have to code to contribute to open source!
You can contribute with bug reports, too. @Ceceliacreates explains to @blackgirlbytes that @Replayio makes it easy to submit helpful, reproducible bug reports. 🐞
Watch the full demo to learn more:
We use GitHub in all kinds of ways to get work done, from technical to non-technical teams.
Check out how the Security Team here at GitHub uses projects and GitHub Actions to plan, manage, and automate organizational work 🌟
Dependabot landed in GHES 3.5 🎉
Here’s a walk through of setting Dependabot up on your instance.
If you aren't thinking about your commits, you're missing out on one of the most powerful tools in Git. Learn how to turn meandering commits into a valuable historical record that'll guide contributors for years to come.
👀 Looking for a quick way to edit code, you can now edit in your browser with a flick of this drop-down menu, or you can expertly hit "." on your keyboard.
Learn more: 👇
Charts for all! Today’s GitHub Issues Changelog expands access to Insights capabilities for users in the projects (beta). 📊 📈
Git Merge is coming to Chicago September 14th - 15th and the call for speakers is open.
We want to hear how you're using Git in unexpected ways and/or at massive scale. If Git is a major part of how you work, we want to hear your story.
Git 2.37.0 is here, and it includes a brand new file system monitor for macOS and Windows. Learn how this feature can speed up your development in large Git repositories.
Did you know that people are still creating NES games? Ready up because @KenneyNL has shared some notes on how you can too:
Lists are now available on GitHub Mobile for Android! You can create public lists by starring a repo anywhere in the app. You can also delete lists, manage your Lists' titles and descriptions and see other's Lists.
Download for iOS and Android:
That's one serious contribution graph. #irlcontributiongraph
The open source Git project just released Git 2.37. Take a look at some of our highlights from the latest release!
Wrangle issues with ease. 🤠 This week’s GitHub Issues Changelog brings you new ways to add issues to your projects, GraphQL API improvements and more.
Recently @StripeDev open sourced MarkDoc, which is the tool that powers their documentation.
But, did you know you can use MarkDoc for building blogs, interactive learning tools, and much more?
Get the full explanation from @devdevcharlie here:
Wondering what questions you should bring to your next interview? @simpsoka shares her favorites so you can really get a sense of whether the role is a good fit for you.