Once you have made some local changes, you will need to send them to GitHub. In this video, learn how to create your first pull request.
So we just pushed up our most recent changes … so we can start collaboration and discussion … that we can then merge those changes … So our next activity is to actually create … this pull request. … on that shortcut link … that will take us directly to our Pull Request tab … or we can do it manually, … We can click on the Pull Request tab … and then we can click on the dropdown, … We then want to give the pull request a title, … And it says at the bottom that GitHub Learning Lab … will respond in our pull request … once we have create it. … I'm going to click on the Pull Request tab here at the top. … GitHub gave me a really helpful notification. … It noticed that I pushed up my new branch, … this my dash slide. … So I can go ahead and click on this … Compare and Pull Request button … and it'll take me right to the page … where I need to create the pull request. … But let's say that maybe we don't have that. … So how would I create the pull request … if I don't have these really helpful guides to show me? …
- 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
Next steps1m 49s
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