What's GitHub? Well, basically a collaborative software development platform to host projects publicly. If you're a usual suspect on this service, you have to know that it now comes along with an unofficial desktop client for Windows so that it's much more comfortable and intuitive to use: DeckHub.
A tribute to TweetDeck.
It's a kind of central control panel from which developers can view different projects from an interface that will remind many Twitter users of the famous TweetDeck app, especially due to its layout and organization of feeds into columns.
An alternative to GitHub Desktop for Windows
From DeckHub's interface the user can carry out different actions that will simplify his work on GitHub:
- Organize all the feeds into columns: Home, Activity, Repository or Notifications.
- Receive push notifications on the desktop.
- Reorganize, rename, add and customize columns however he likes.
- Possibility to choose between a dark or light theme.
- Schedule the refresh interval and how to handle external links.
- Add multiple GitHub accounts from the same interface.
- Combine in the same column different users and projects.