As a programmer who likes GitHub very much, I found these 4 tips in my daily use that can improve my efficiency when using GitHub. This post introduces and demonstrates these 4 tips, I hope they can also help you use GitHub more efficiently.
This post details the process of using Azure DevOps to implement the CI/CD pipeline for our Azure Functions app project created in the previous post, the issues encountered in the process (of course they are solved 😃), and how to add the build/deployment status badges to our GitHub repo.
Today I saw a very interesting tweet from Cassidy Williams. You can see it in the picture below. Yes, it seems that guys from Github not only redesigned the UI of GitHub but also added some small secrets to it.
Happily, I also found the switch to turn on this secret function and turned it on. Here are the steps on how to enable this feature.
Create a new repository with the same name as the username of your Github account As you can see in the image above, it’s a special repository that you can use to add a README.