You can now manage your GitHub code like your social life

You can now manage your GitHub code like your social life
Credit: Deskhub

It was only a matter of time before ‘TweetDeck for GitHub’ became a tech arms race – and DeckHub hasn’t disappointed with the launch of its social-style dashboard for coders.

The Mac, Linux and Windows desktop client lets you organize all of your different dev projects into one unified feed, ensuring you don’t forget about that little side thing you’ve been working on while attending to your real job.

It’s rather similar to the Devspace Web app, but offers additional features like notifications when updates are made to code you’re working on and unlimited multi-user accounts.

This launch out of beta hasn’t brought mobile apps with it, where Devspace is already able to work right off the shelf, so this will likely be the next demand, even if most code is written at your desk.

The repository is up on GitHub – but the code is not there for all to access – and already it shows the team is working on additional features, including filtering, adding a trending column and export/import facilities.

It’s free for 15 days, after which it’s $9.99 for a lifetime licence, so got get your trial on.

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