A Git client generating pretty diffs built right into Sketch. Git Sketch Plugin lets you follow a typical Git flow – after working normally on your designs, you can create a branch, commit the changes, push your changes to a remote and create a pull request to merge into master, all from a convenient menu right in Sketch. The plugin creates PNGs of each artboard in your Sketch file so you can easily view visual pretty diffs in your Git client of choice or GitHub, as you make changes.
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