GitHub improves mobile code review with file switcher and multiple comments

In March, GitHub launched its mobile app that make it possible for developers to view and review their project’s code on the go. Now, it’s bringing multiple enhancements such as the file switcher button and the ability to comment on multiple lines of code to the app that makes the task much easier. In today’s update, it’s rolling out a toggle for comment wrapping. After the app was launched in March, a lot of developers asked for an option to stop line warping by default. GitHub added the ability for multi-line referencing and commenting last year on the web. Now,… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: GitHub

GitHub improves mobile code review with file switcher and multiple comments

In March, GitHub launched its mobile app that make it possible for developers to view and review their project’s code on the go. Now, it’s bringing multiple enhancements such as the file switcher button and the ability to comment on multiple lines of code to the app that makes the task much easier. In today’s update, it’s rolling out a toggle for comment wrapping. After the app was launched in March, a lot of developers asked for an option to stop line warping by default. GitHub added the ability for multi-line referencing and commenting last year on the web. Now,…

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