GitHub has just announced the launch of Releases, a new feature which helps developers distribute the latest versions of their software to end users.
Of course, users have long been able to download specific branches, but now GitHub authors can define releases explicitly.
This means that you’re now able to quickly download the latest software release of any given GitHub project. It also means that past releases are far easier to browse.
Hat tip: Cullen MacDonald
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