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Bookmarks tagged with “github”

30 bookmarks by garrettc


Easy access to gitignore boilerplates

gibo (short for .gitignore boilerplates) is a shell script to help you easily access .gitignore boilerplates from github.com/github/gitignore.

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SVG spinners

A collection of 24 x 24 dp SVG spinners.

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palewire/news-homepages

Example code using GitHub actions and simonw’s new screenshot tool.

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GitHub Actions by Example

GitHub Actions by Example is an introduction to the service through annotated examples.

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FeaturePeek - Deployment previews for UI/UX teams

FeaturePeek is a collaboration tool for UI/UX development teams that creates on-demand deployment previews for every frontend pull request.

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MarkDown

Convert from JIRA text formatting to GitHub Flavored MarkDown and back again

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How to set up world-class continuous deployment using free hosted tools

I’m going to describe a way to put together a world-class continuous deployment infrastructure for your side-project without spending any money.

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waffle.io Project Management

GitHub-powered work tracking for teams and open source.

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Move Fast and Fix Things

"Anyone who has worked on a large enough codebase knows that technical debt is an inescapable reality: The more rapidly an application grows in size and complexity, the more technical debt is accrued. With GitHub’s growth over the last 7 years, we have found plenty of nooks and crannies in our codebase that are inevitably below our very best engineering standards. But we’ve also found effective and efficient ways of paying down that technical debt, even in the most active parts of our systems."

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GitHub As A Workflow

"This article is a draft I wrote for a co-worker to describe what I feel would be a great workflow for me, using GitHub as a central point for everything rather than a collection of tools."

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How we organize GitHub issues: A simple styleguide for tagging

"A look our engineering team's "best practice" approach to organize Github issues with a shared tag system across multiple product repositories."

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Github's Primer

The CSS toolkit and guidelines that power GitHub.

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Morph

Get structured data out of the web * All code and collaboration through GitHub * Write your scrapers in Ruby, Python, PHP or Perl * Simple API to grab data * Schedule scrapers or run manually

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15 rules for communicating at GitHub

"Asynchronous communication through high-fidelity mediums like issues and chat eliminate the endemic 'you had to be there' aspect of most corporate workflows, and reduces the need for a dedicated management class to capture, collection, and shuttle information back and forth between business units."

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Build A Blog With Jekyll And GitHub Pages

Jekyll is a website generator that’s designed for building minimal, static blogs to be hosted on GitHub Pages. This article shows how to set it up.

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bundestag/gesetze

This Git repository contains all German federal laws and regulations in Markdown format.Incredible.

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Lavish

Generates an editable color scheme based on a photograph, somewhat like Color Schemer Studio. Useful for a bootstrap design.

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Gitolite

Setup git hosting on a central server, with fine-grained access control and other features.

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My CodeConf Talk: Your Community Is Your Best Feature

Gina Trapani's talk on building community around open source software.

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