GitHub Desktop for Mac is a seamless way to contribute to projects on GitHub and GitHub Enterprise. GitHub Desktop allows developers to synchronize branches, clone repositories, and more. Pull requests, merge button, fork queue, issues, pages, wiki: all Awesome features that make sharing easier. But those things are just great after you’ve pushed your code to GitHub.
GitHub Desktop Features:
Start a project
You’ll find all the projects you are working on, listed in the sidebar. If you’re starting a new project, use the repository drop down menu to create a new repository or clone an existing one directly from GitHub.com.
Branches are essential for proposing changes and reviewing code on GitHub and they are always available in the repository view’s top left corner. Just select the current branch to switch branches or create a new one.
Craft the perfect commit
View a diff of your uncommitted changes, and form the perfect commit by selecting the files or even specific lines that make up a change. Enter the summary and description, then commit.
The sync button pushes your changes to GitHub and pulls down other changes in one operation. It will notify you when you have not changed the changes you have not pushed or there are new changes to GitHub that you have not pulled down.
Clone repositories in one click
When you add repositories to GitHub Desktop for Mac, we automatically match them to any organizations you belong to. Want to pull down a repository from GitHub.com? Check out the button on the website.
branching Branching is one of Git’s best features. We’ve made it easy to try out remote branches, create new local branches and publish branches to share with others.
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