Working with your codespace
You can use GitHub Codespaces settings to manage information that your codespace might need.
Codespaces is available for user accounts using GitHub Free or GitHub Pro. For more information, see "GitHub's products."
Note: Codespaces is currently in limited public beta and subject to change. During the beta period, GitHub does not make any guarantees about the availability of Codespaces. For more information about joining the beta, see "About Codespaces."
Managing encrypted secrets for Codespaces→
You can store sensitive information, like tokens, that you want to access in your codespaces via environment variables.
Managing access and security for Codespaces→
You can manage the repositories that codespaces can access.
Managing GPG verification for Codespaces→
You can allow GitHub to automatically use GPG to sign commits you make in your codespaces, so other people can be confident that the changes come from a trusted source.
Troubleshooting your codespace→
You can troubleshoot problems with a codespace by checking for known issues in the