Github Copilot

According to wikipedia “GitHub Copilot is an artificial intelligence tool developed by GitHub and OpenAI to assist users of Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio, Neovim, and JetBrains integrated development environments by autocompleting code.”

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Main Features

Spend less time creating boilerplate and repetitive code patterns, and more time on what matters: building great software. Write a comment describing the logic you want and GitHub Copilot will immediately suggest code to implement the solution.

GitHub Copilot shares recommendations based on the project’s context and style conventions. Quickly cycle through lines of code, complete function suggestions, and decide which to accept, reject, or edit.

GitHub Copilot integrates directly into your editor including Neovim, JetBrains IDEs, Visual Studio, and Visual Studio Code—and is fast enough to use as you type.

Github Copilot Pricing

BTW, you have 60 days free trial with same as unlimited private/public repositories and 2,000 CI/CD minutes per month. After that you can upgrade your plan. There are two plans called “Team” and “Enterprise”.

  • Team Plan – $44 for first 12 months and then you have to pay $48 per year. You will have protected branches, Multiple reviewers in pull requests, Access to GitHub codespaces. 3,000 CI/CD minutes per month. And you can have 2GB of packages storage with web-based supports.
  • Enterprise Plan – This is for the Enterprises purposes and you will have Enterprise managed user option, user provisioning through SCIM option, Enterprise account to centrally manage multiple organizations, Audit logs API and 50,000 CI/CD minutes per months. And also you can have 50GB of packages storage with GitHub advanced security and premium supports.

For more pricing details visit and here is the documentation click here

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