GitHub today reported a lot of new highlights at its virtual GitHub Universe meeting including dark mode, auto-merge pull requests, and Enterprise Server 3.0.

In recent years, practically all major applications have revealed a dark theme for its clients, so why not GitHub? The organization is presenting the feature in beta for the text editor, IDE, and terminal beginning today.

The code hosting platform is additionally revealing an auto-merge pull request feature that will free administrators from directing every code submit. People who make pull requests regularly need to hang tight for endorsement for even straightforward changes. This new feature will automatically merge the code in the event that it passes checks set by administrators.

Mario Rodriguez, Vice President, Product at GitHub, feels that auto-merge will see a great deal of foothold in coming months.

The auto-merge pull request feature will be accessible for private repositories and enterprise clients beginning one week from now; for public repositories, it’ll be in a public beta.

In March, GitHub reported a new function called Discussions that encouraged community engagement within repositories. Around then, it turned out to a limited number of projects, for example, Vercel (formerly Zeit), Prisma, React Table, and React Query. Presently, the organization is making the element accessible to every single public repository.

Moreover, the Mircosoft-possessed organization today reported a dependency review — a security check to examine all recently added libraries to the code — and GitHub Enterprise Server 3.0 with GitHub Mobile support and code filtering.

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