You can delegate almost everything essential for git and github to the command line. There two obvious missing links: creating repositories and handling project issues. Here are two tools that allow you to complete these tasks.
Hub for creating repositories from the command line
1. Install hub using brew with the command
brew install hub
2. Init your repository and do your first commit.
git init git add -A git commit -m "First Commit"
3. Create the repository using Hub’s create command
git create -d "New Project"
4. It may ask you to log in with your GitHub credentials at this step
5. Push to your new repository!
git push origin master
GHI to handle GitHub issues from the command line
1. Install GHI using brew
brew install ghi
2. That’s it! Now you can use ghi to open, close, and edit your issues. Here’s a list of useful commands from the github page
usage: ghi [--version] [-p|--paginate|--no-pager] [--help] <command> [<args>] [ -- [<user>/]<repo>] The most commonly used ghi commands are: list List your issues (or a repository's) show Show an issue's details open Open (or reopen) an issue close Close an issue lock Lock an issue's conversation, limiting it to collaborators unlock Unlock an issue's conversation, opening it to all viewers edit Modify an existing issue comment Leave a comment on an issue label Create, list, modify, or delete labels assign Assign an issue to yourself (or someone else) milestone Manage project milestones status Determine whether or not issues are enabled for this repo enable Enable issues for the current repo disable Disable issues for the current repo See 'ghi help <command>' for more information on a specific command.