A simple terminal UI for git commands, written in Go with the gocui library.
Try lazygit with some of the samples below. You can also sponsor Jesse Duffield’s work on lazygit and other projects like lazydocker via GitHub Sponsors (about). Github Sponsors is matching all donations to @jesseduffield dollar-for-dollar for 12 months.
Explore lazygit in your content workflows with GitHub Actions, Pages, and Hugo
Git-powered workflows aren’t just for code, they work great for content, too! The post you are reading now was edited in Markdown, remotely on a Linux VM in the cloud, and pushed to GitHub with lazygit.
Install lazygit locally and take a look at Tell your Story with Hugo, GitHub Pages and GitHub Actions Workflows, one of our micro-labs from our “Get Go-ing with GitHub Actions” workshop at GopherCon 2020.
Already familiar with GitHub, Actions, Pages, or looking for more advanced functionality? Azure Static Web Apps supports frameworks such as Angular, React and Vue as well as static sites powered by Gatsby, Hugo, VuePress, Jekyll, Blazor, Next.js and Nuxt.js and is also built atop GitHub Actions.
Try lazygit with Dapr
Have a look at the examples from our episode on Multipass to try lazygit with Multipass, and Dapr as you hack on Dapr applications inside a Ubuntu virtual machine.
Questions? Need help?
I’d love to hear any feedback, questions, or help out if you are trying any of these projects or examples.
You can reach me on Twitter (@as_w) or Aaron W#0101 on the Microsoft Open Source Discord (aka.ms/open-source-discord).