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- [Narrator] Now that we've made a homepage,…we've reached a good stopping point.…Let's review the workflow we're following.…The workflow starts on your computer.…You're using a text editor to write your code,…and you're using the command line to run your code.…Now, as you write more code you should keep track of it…using Git and and store that code on GitHub.…When the application is ready to share with others,…we should deploy Heroku, so that users can go…to that app's URL and view the site.…So far, we've finished step one, by making a homepage,…so let's proceed with step two…and push the code up to GitHub.…
To begin, go to the terminal and shut down the local server…by typing Control + C.…We'll restart this later when we've added new features.…Create a new Git repository.…Type git init inside your application.…Let's verify that the new Git repository was created.…Type ls -al.…This command lets you see all files, even hidden ones.…And here we see that the .git folder was created,…so a new repository was created successfully.…
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