Atom 1.37 has shipped! This version introduces a complete flow for handling review comments you’ve received on a pull request and an experimental faster mode in fuzzy finder that dramatically improves…
We want to make Atom better, and we need your help. We’ve started conducting usability interviews where we can get direct feedback from humans about how they work and how what we build affects that workflow.
When working with text, it’s common to find yourself performing a certain set of actions in the same order, time and time again. By taking advantage of Atom’s hackability, you can eliminate this repetition with a custom command to perform an entire sequence of
The github package brings Git and GitHub integration right inside Atom. Most of the functionality lives within the Git and GitHub dock items. There are different ways to access them, probably the most…
Scheduled maintenance of atom.io from 13:00-15:00 UTC on Sunday, June 24 We’ll be performing scheduled maintenance of atom.io from 13:00 to 15:00 UTC on Sunday, June 24. You can see this maintenance window in your local time at https://bit.ly/2KdTZeW. During this maintenance, the following
Atom 1.28 is out now, providing many new fixes and improvements including a more context-aware Find-In-Project results view and support for custom color profiles. It’s also using the new Electron 2.0 which provides new APIs and many performance and stability improvements.
Atom 1.27 brings numerous improvements to your Git and GitHub workflows, including support for multiple co-authors, separate amend and undo, a quicker way to open a pull request on github.com, as well as pulling and pushing directly from the status bar. Update today for
Today’s Teletype release makes it even easier to start coding together. In addition, you now have more flexibility when collaborating on multiple files. Install the update to take advantage of these improvements.