There have been awesome improvements to the GitHub Actions “New Workflow” screen as per the blog: Getting started with GitHub Actions just got easier!
Suggestion #1 – Give love to Azure’s Static Site offerings
When adding a GitHub action for a Gatsby GitHub project, in “Deployment” it prompts to “Deploy Node.js to Azure Web App” even though it should suggest these 2 resources:
- “Azure Static Web Apps”
- “Static website hosting in Azure Storage”
Suggestion #2 – Give love to Azure Bot Framework
When adding a GitHub action for an Azure Bot Framework GitHub Project, in “Deployment” it prompts to “Deploy .NET Core app to an Azure Web App”, it should also suggest resources like
- “Azure Bot Service”
- “Language Understanding (LUIS)”
When I look at a list of closed Pull Requests, I can see easily see who created them, but not who approved them…
Currently, I need to click on each PR to see who approved them; or add a filter “reviewed-by:” if I want to see all items approved by a specific person…
For markdown users who use content + images and Pull Requests on content sites E.g. SSW Rules
> Mobile App – Support images rather than showing “binary file not shown” – Discussion #4056 – GitHub/feedback
If you agree, please:
- Login to GitHub
- Give it a heart, a like, and a rocket ship (I really don’t know the difference, nor why you can add more than one emoji )
Developers are happy with the code view however when you are working with Markdown, you want to see a more realistic view of outputted HTML like this:
I discovered a possible UX issue when modifying a GitHub Pull Request using the iPad App.
There are multiple popups that appear, which is noisy and unintentional.
I wonder if this is the intended UX… I am aware one benefit of this UX is that the user knows which popup to read first.
I found an issue when using the GitHub App on the iPad when reviewing a Pull Request.
It’s not clear to see the changes and for small grammatical changes the web view is required.