GitHub basics include creating an account, creating repositories, and cloning them. Here is a step by step guide:
1. Create a GitHub account:
• Go to https://github.com and click the «Sign up» button in the upper right corner.
• Enter your email address, choose a username and password, and then click «Create account» button.
• Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the registration.
2. Creating a repository on GitHub:
• Log in to your GitHub account and click the «New» button in the top left corner or follow the link: https://github.com/new.
• Enter the name of the repository, select visibility (public or private) and optionally , add the README file, license, and .gitignore.
• Click the «Create repository» button to create the repository.
3. Installing Git on your computer:
• Go to https://git-scm.com/downloads and download the Git installer for your operating system.
• Install Git following the installer's instructions.
4. Set up Git:
• Open a terminal (on Linux and macOS) or a command line (on Windows) and run the following commands to set up your username and email address for Git:
arduinoCopy code git config --global user.name "your name" git config --global user.email "firstname.lastname@example.org"
5. Clone the repository to your computer:
• Open a terminal or command prompt and navigate to the directory where you want to store your repository.
• Run the following command, replacing https://github.com/your_username/your_repository.git with Your repository URL:
bashCopy code git clone https://github.com/your_username/your_repository.git
You now have a GitHub account , the repository and its cloned copy are created on your computer. You can start contributing your code, use the Git version control system to track changes, and collaborate with other developers on the GitHub platform.
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