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GitHub Web Editor

The github.dev editor is a lightweight code editing experience that runs right in your browser.
GitHub Web Editor
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GitHub is a web-based platform for hosting and managing Git repositories. Git is a version control system that allows developers to track changes to their code and collaborate with others on software projects.

GitHub provides a number of features and tools that make it easier for developers to use Git and collaborate with their team members. Some of the key features of GitHub include:

  • Repository hosting: GitHub allows developers to host their Git repositories on the platform, making it easy for them to share their code with others and collaborate on projects.
  • Collaboration tools: GitHub provides a number of tools for collaborating with others on projects, including the ability to assign tasks, track progress, and review and merge code changes.
  • Issue tracking: GitHub includes an issue tracking system that allows developers to report and track bugs and other issues in their code.
  • Documentation: GitHub includes support for creating and hosting documentation for projects, including support for formatting and rendering markdown files.

GitHub Web Editor

The github.dev editor is a lightweight code editing experience that runs right in your browser. It gives you access to GitHub repositories, allowing you to navigate files and make and commit code changes. You can open any repository, fork, or pull request in the editor. It's available to everyone for free on GitHub.com.

The editor provides many of the same features as Visual Studio Code, such as search, syntax highlighting, and source control view. Additionally, you can sync your own VS Code settings with the editor using Settings Sync.

In order to use the github.dev editor, you must be signed into GitHub.com. The editor does not clone the repository but instead utilizes the GitHub Repositories extension to achieve most of the necessary functionalities. All work is saved to the browser's local storage and it is recommended to commit the changes regularly to ensure they are always accessible.

Read more:

The github.dev web-based editor - GitHub Docs
You can use the github.dev web-based editor to edit files and commit your changes.

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