There’s a lot you could do on GitHub that doesn’t require a complicated development environment – like sharing feedback on a layout dialogue or reviewing a few lines of code. GitHub for Android lets you pass paintings forward anyplace you are. Stay in contact along with your team, triage issues, and even merge, right from the app. We’re making these tasks easy to be able to perform, regardless of wherein you work, with a lovely native experience.
You can use GitHub for Android to:
• Browse your state-of-the-art notifications
• Read, react, and reply to Issues and Pull Requests
• Review and merge Pull Requests
• Organize Issues with labels, assignees, initiatives, and more
• Browse your files and code
GitHub Android App Released
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We are extremely pleased to announce the preliminary release of the GitHub Android App available on Google Play. The app is loose to down load and you can also browse the code from the newly open-sourced repository.
This release consists of assist for operating with Issues and Gists as well as an integrated information feed for keeping updated with all your organizations, friends, and repositories.
The app capabilities a dashboard for quick get entry to to all of your created, watched, and assigned issues so you can always live linked with the discussion and progress. You also can view and bookmark any repository’s trouble list with configurable filters for labels, milestones, and assignees.
Head over to the GitHub/android repository to see precisely how the app changed into built, report any characteristic requests or issues, and live up to date as the improvement of the app continues.
The GitHub Android app became built on some remarkable open source projects that are without a doubt really worth checking out in case you are looking to construct your very own Android apps or need to make a contribution to the GitHub or Gaug.Es apps:
Delivers a regular Action Bar experience in each the state-of-the-art and older Android versions.
Used to assist swiping between issues, lists, etc.
Used to construct and test the app the usage of Maven.
Used for syntax highlighting of Gists.