In addition to the great open source Atom IDE, Github has also released Github for Atom, a core package that brings some amazing interaction between Git, Github, and the Atom editor.  Most IDEs have integration with Git and Github, however, based on the little demos on the site, Github for Atom looks like it just makes sense.

The bright color coding for resolving merge conflicts, makes them stand out and probably will save time scanning through files trying to find the conflicts.  I’m a big fan of Git Extensions on PC, and I haven’t been able to find anything on Mac that I like as much as Git Extensions (I’m lazy and don’t want to go through the extra steps to get it to work on Mac).  Github for Atom, looks like an enticing tool that I could use on both Mac and PC, have the same experience, and enjoy the interface.

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