If you are one of the people involved in projects open source but also works done in collaboration with others, then you must have used it GitHub to host your passwords on a remote computer and to work with others developers.
Now, GitHub has announced a new command line tool called "GitHub CLI" that lets you interact with GitHub directly from your local terminal.
What does the new Github CLI offer?
GitHub brings an application that you can find on command line and allows you to interact with projects hosted on GitHub and perform various actions.
Below are some features that are highlighted and can be performed directly from your terminal:
- Quick pull requests and issues status checks
- Filter issue lists with tags
- Create pull request
- View the status of pull requests
- Check pull requests branch
For more information on commands, see the official handbook.
How to install GitHub CLI?
To install the beta, run the following commands:
brew install github / gh / gh
scoop bucket add github-gh https://github.com/cli/scoop-gh.git
scoop install gh