GitHub launches ‘draft’ pull requests to let developers discuss code before deploying

Tech 15-2-2019 The Next Web 25

GitHub has added a new feature to pull requests, allowing developers to mark their requests as a draft. Marking a request as a draft allows the developer to highlight to other collaborators that their code is a work-in-progress and requires feedback before being integrated into the main project. So, suppose a developer has been trying to solve a difficult problem. They could, in essence, create a “minimum viable product” that solves the problem, but isn’t quite ready to be deployed. By marking the pull request as a draft, they can start a conversation about their solution with their teammates without…

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