Your Self-Hosted Remote Development Platform.
Coder enables organizations to set up development environments in the cloud. Environments are defined with Terraform, connected through a secure high-speed Wireguard® tunnel, and are automatically shut down when not in use to save on costs. Coder gives engineering teams the flexibility to use the cloud for workloads that are most beneficial to them.
A Git Porcelain inside Emacs.
Magit is a complete text-based user interface to Git. It fills the glaring gap between the Git command-line interface and various GUIs, letting you perform trivial as well as elaborate version control tasks with just a couple of mnemonic key presses. Magit looks like a prettified version of what you get after running a few Git commands but in Magit every bit of visible information is also actionable to an extent that goes far beyond what any Git GUI provides and it takes care of automatically refreshing this output when it becomes outdated. In the background Magit just runs Git commands and if you wish you can see what exactly is being run, making it possible for you to learn the git command-line by using Magit.
Always ready to code.
Gitpod is an open-source Kubernetes application for ready-to-code cloud development environments that spins up fresh, automated dev environments for each task, in the cloud, in seconds. It enables you to describe your dev environment as code and start instant, remote and cloud development environments directly from your browser or your Desktop IDE.
Automate the creation of merge proposals for scriptable changes.
Silver-Platter makes it possible to contribute automatable changes to source code in a version control system. It automatically creates a local checkout of a remote repository, makes user-specified changes, publishes those changes on the remote hosting site and then creates a pull request.
In addition to that, it can also perform basic maintenance on branches that have been proposed for merging - such as restarting them if they have conflicts due to upstream changes.
Platform for making incremental changes to code in VCSes.
"Janitor" bot. This is basically a platform for managing large-scale automated code improvements on top of silver-platter.
Git-Heat-Map highlights the most changed files in a repository.
🐶 Automated code review tool integrated with any code analysis tools regardless of programming language.
reviewdog provides a way to post review comments to code hosting service, such as GitHub, automatically by integrating with any linter tools with ease. It uses an output of lint tools and posts them as a comment if findings are in diff of patches to review.
Visually simulate Git operations in your own repos with a single terminal command.
This generates an image (default) or video visualization depicting the Git command's behavior.
File system for GitHub & GitLab
HUBFS is a file system for GitHub and Git. Git repositories and their contents are represented as regular directories and files and are accessible by any application, without the application having any knowledge that it is really accessing a remote Git repository. The repositories are writable and allow editing files and running build operations.
generate release PRs based on the conventionalcommits.org spec.
Release Please automates CHANGELOG generation, the creation of GitHub releases, and version bumps for your projects. It does so by parsing your git history, looking for Conventional Commit messages, and creating release PRs. It does not handle publication to package managers or handle complex branch management.
A specification for adding human and machine readable meaning to commit messages.
Free (?) github alternative based on Gitea
XetHub brings speedy access and Git-based collaboration to large scale repositories of data, code, or any combination of files.
Our instant mount feature makes it possible to access GBs and TBs of data in seconds at the speed of localhost, while our de-duplication algorithm stores data and differences efficiently to save money and speed up development cycles.
XetHub is ideal for teams who already use Git to track their code changes, and want to leverage the power of infinite history, pull requests, and difference-based tracking for larger assets such as datasets or media files. Managing complete projects with familiar Git semantics makes change tracking and continuous integration a breeze, especially for workflows that use code to generate or augment assets.
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Search across a half million git repos.
Learn how to use GitHub with interactive courses designed for beginners and experts.