Package registry received by GitHub

GitHub has finally announced that they will be soon launching their beta of the GitHub Package Registry Pack. This new management system will help the developers publish all the private as well as the public packages along with their source code.

People might end up thinking that GitHub is launching a competitor tool which will be like npm or like RubyGems but that is not exactly true. The company will basically be launching a service which will go along with the tools and let the developers publish their own packages with help of GitHub. The service which is provided by the company is now only compatible with JavaScript (npm), Java (Maven), Ruby (RubyGems),.Net (NuGet and Docker images)

Simina Pasat, the director of Production Management at GitHub said”

 “GitHub Package Registry is compatible with common package management clients, so you can publish packages with your choice of tools. If your repository is more complex, you’ll be able to publish multiple packages of different types. And, with webhooks or with GitHub Actions, you can fully customize your publishing and post publishing workflows.”

All the businesses will now provide their employees with both their codes and packages so that they can use it. Users can get all the download statistics with which they can access all the history of the package.

Most of the packages which are open source generally use GitHub to develop and publish them in the public registry. Pre-released versions, as well as other codes, will also be published now with the help of the GitHub package registry pack. Almost all the developers end up using GitHub when they are hosting private repositories. It is totally sensible to keep all the packages carefully even when you are not using it so that you can access them in the future.


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