The File Exchange team is excited to announce that File Exchange now supports GitHub Releases!
Contributors can now develop software projects in GitHub without having to manually sync and maintain the same code in File Exchange.
To start using this feature, choose 'GitHub Releases' option when you update your existing File Exchange submission or link a new repository to File Exchange.
When you link your GitHub repository to File Exchange using GitHub Releases, your File Exchange submission will automatically update when you create a new release in GitHub that is compatible with File Exchange. In addition, if you package your code as a toolbox (.mltbx) and attach the toolbox package to your latest GitHub release, File Exchange will provide the toolbox to your users for download. If you do not attach a toolbox to the release, File Exchange will provide the zip release asset for download.
See this page for more details.
We encourage you to try out this feature and let us know of any feedback you have by replying below.