In this video, learn how to get a copy of your repository to work with.
- [Instructor] Our next activity … is all about our first contribution … and this is where the GitHub Flow … now starts to take form. … If you remember from the GitHub flow, … we start with a branch. … Then we make commits on that branch. … Then we commit that into a pull request, … push that up to GitHib, and continue to make additions … until it's ready to be merged into our base branch. … So scrolling down, we have our next step. … Step number four is to create a branch. … Now, because we chose the command line instructions, … it's given us the instructions on how to do all of this … right there on the command line, … which is exactly what we want to do. … And then at the end, we're going to push up our changes … up to GitHub to see how those changes reflect on GitHub. … Our very first thing … is we need to clone down this repository. … Currently, this repository only exists on GitHub. … If I were to try to look for it on my local computer, … I wouldn't find it. … It's nowhere to be found. …
- What is GitHub?
- The GitHub workflow
- Using the command line
- Creating branches
- Making a commit
- Creating and merging pull requests
- Working locally with GitHub Desktop
- Creating a new project
- Moving the project to GitHub
- Working with teams on GitHub
- Creating task lists
- Formatting text
Skill Level Beginner
Git Essential Training: The Basicswith Kevin Skoglund2h 55m Beginner
Using lab.github.com2m 13s
1. The Basics of Working on GitHub
2. Working Locally with the Command Line
3. Working Locally with GitHub Desktop
4. Moving Your Project to GitHub
5. Working with Others on GitHub
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