I started to experience Ubuntu (again) now years later.
Now Ubuntu is only OS on my laptop and I want to keep it.
I am installing major software for daily things from Software Center already.
For some software, Google sends me to GitHub.
There is some useful apps which are explained by developer directly and if I get it correct, it is for sharing with other developers (which I am not).
There is only option for downloading the product is "Download .zip file".
If I understand correct, it is kind of repository which is familiar for me from Kodi.
So is it possible to install an application from that .zip file I get from GitHub?
To be clear, in my case, I am interested in this tool: Torum Playlist Editor. And downloaded its .zip file.
File is on my desktop with name: Playlist-editor-master.zip
Is there a way to install this app on my Ubuntu by using terminal?
Because I can use same codes for other zip files in future too.
Thank you in advance.