Source: GitHub Blog | Author: Billy Griffin
GitHub Desktop은 사람들이 Git 및 GitHub를보다 쉽게 시작할 수 있도록 도와 주며 워크플로우에 인지적인 오버 헤드를 추가하는 장애물을 제거합니다. 최신 릴리스는 대규모 조직의 사용자, 특히 프록시를 통해 인터넷에 연결된 사람들의 경험을 단순화합니다. 또한 사람들이 어디로 가야할지 생각할 필요없이 신속하게 문제를 만들 수 있습니다.
Working behind a proxy
Starting a new job and getting your machine set up in a large organization can be stressful, especially as a newer software developer. You get everything installed, go to push or pull a repository from GitHub, and all of a sudden you get an obscure error from Git, usually with the dreaded words, “couldn’t resolve host.”
Hopefully you’re able to figure out why you’re receiving this message, but even when you do, you have to search the web to find the solution and trust that the command you find will work…and won’t get you into trouble. With GitHub Desktop 2.4, we automatically handle setup without needing you to configure anything manually—worry no more!
Creating an issue
GitHub Desktop enables people to easily create a pull request for the current repository of GitHub Desktop, and we’ve heard that developers also want this for issues. Let’s imagine that you’re working on a feature, and you notice an unrelated bug that you want to quickly address by creating an issue. Now, you can use the menu item or keyboard shortcut to immediately get to the “New issue” page, create your issue on GitHub, and get back to work. And, this also takes issue templates into account—if any exist, we’ll automatically route you to the template page.
Dark theme now out of beta
After extensive testing, and with more and more people using it regularly, we’re excited to bring GitHub Desktop’s dark theme out of beta. Many of you have loved using it so far, and thanks to contributions from our community open source contributor @say25, we’ve also enabled the ability to automatically switch between the dark and light themes based on the time of day.
Share your feedback
As always, we’re eager to hear your feedback so we can continue to improve GitHub Desktop. Let us know what you think—comment on an existing issue or open a new one in our open source repository. Stay tuned for more updates focused on simplifying releases and making your workflow easier by bringing GitHub.com to your local machine.