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GitKraken Announces GitLens 12 Including Support for VS Code for the Web, Plus New Premium Features
"Bringing the power of GitLens to the Web introduces compelling new opportunities for developers. Now everyone can access GitLens' rich insights to better understand why things changed, when, and by whom, directly from their browser" says Eric Amodio, GitLens founder and GitKraken CTO/CPO. "We've also added several powerful new features for GitLens users, like Worktrees to enable developers to seamlessly juggle between tasks without having to stash or switch branches, and a Visual File History to offer more insight into how files evolved over time."
GitLens 12 is one of the most popular VS Code extensions to provide support for Visual Studio Code for the Web, which gives users the ability to edit GitHub repositories in VS Code in a web browser, on desktops or tablets, with no install required. Now, developers can enjoy many of the same GitLens features they love using in VS Code desktop on both vscode.dev and github.dev.
"Since taking Visual Studio Code back to the Web, we've been hard at work imagining how to expand the browser-based coding environment,"
GitLens 12 (https://www.gitkraken.com/
"Today's launch is a great milestone – for GitLens users, the product, and our company" said GitKraken CEO, Matt Johnston. "Not only is it a major release for all GitLens users, this is the first step toward creating premium features and enterprise integrations that will lead to an even more powerful GitLens in the coming months and quarters."