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See the first commit of a GitHub repository in a matter of seconds

If you are curious to see the first commit that has been done to some preferred GitHub repository of yours, then you do not need to spend minutes just to navigate to that particular commit. You can now see it using a new Chrome plugin.

You may be curious to see the first commit that you have done for a particular project that you have started, or that your colleagues have done so that you can feel a bit of nostalgy what included that commit. You may also be curious to find out this for many other projects as well.

This new Chrome plugin is really easy to use and can save you a lot of time from having to navigate and find the first commit of Github projects. All you have to do is install it and in then you can go to the Github page of the project that you want and go to its first commit using the new item Github commit that will be added in your right-click menu. This can be really handy when you are trying to simply see how others started their git projects.

This Chrome plugin is an open source project that was authored by the famous open source developer Kamran Ahmed, who is also the author of many other open source projects and plugins. He is the initiator of the project Githunt which literally brings in new Chrome tabs the most starred Github projects.

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