GitHub recently upgraded SMU’s enterprise server to version 2.22, which provides improved and brand-new features to help better manage your code. Here’s a look at what’s changed.
GitHub Actions and Packages in Beta
GitHub Actions is a powerful, flexible solution for CI/CD and workflow automation. Launched just last year, it is already the #1 CI solution on GitHub.com. Enterprise Server 2.22 includes access to an extensive ecosystem, including over 5,200 actions in the GitHub Marketplace built by the community and GitHub partners.
In GitHub Enterprise Server 2.22, GitHub Actions and Packages are available in beta.
Repository Information at a Glance
Version 2.22 improves the repository homepage layout to help you see the most important information about a repository quickly. A new sidebar showcases key data, and administrators can customize the sidebar depending on the features they use most.
Code Scanning in Beta
Code scanning is a developer-first, GitHub-native approach to easily find security vulnerabilities before they reach production. Powered by the world’s most powerful code analysis engine, CodeQL, code scanning automates security as an integral part of the developer workflow.
Simpler Workflows with Pull Requests
Pull request base retargeting makes it easier to work with branched chains of pull requests. Now, when a branch is closed, any pull requests targeting that branch are automatically re-based to the new base branch.