GitHub is the place for coders to pick up useful code snippets for their projects - and there's a new third party UWP client now available. CodeHub looks fully featured, though I haven't coded for over a decade, so my look at what's available is a little cursory.
CodeHub is the best GitHub client to keep up with the open source world. Check it out, I think you will love it :)
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CodeHub aims to do all those things that the GitHub Desktop app doesn't do. Our goal is to make an app for UWP which lets you keep up with the open source world on the go.
Here's CodeHub in action:
Authorising the app - 'example.com' though? Methinks someone forgot to change this text field! (right) CodeHub does everything right, including a dark theme by default. Note that ads are turned off by default but you can enable them to help support development (though wouldn't you also have to click on a few?)
Delving into a GitHub project, with a variety of documents and notes to read up...
Plus code itself, all navigable in a traditional coding hierarchy depending on the platform being targetted; (right) opening up one of the code modules - fascinating stuff if you're an up and coming programmer and want to see how other people implemented something specific!
Running here on a Continuum display, CodeHub behaves, rescales and reflows content immacuately. A model UWP application for Windows 10!