GitHub has a number of metrics that you can dig through, learn how to see how popular your projects are and also analyze how the work is being done inside your projects.
- [Instructor] You probably know about the stars and forks … metric, which are right at the top of your repository. … Let's dig into a few more insights … that are available in this insights tab. … Now the traffic section is the closest equivalent … to what you see on something like Google Analytics. … You can see how many clones have happened … of your repository in a specific timeframe. … And you can also take a look at the number of visitors … to your repository in a specific time period. … There's also a section for referring sites, … so that you know where your users are coming from. … Another fun metric to check is the forks … that are based on your project. … You can do that by clicking on this forks tab, … or clicking on the forks number right here. … There you can see who else has forked this project … and in addition to that, you can take a look … at their project and see how it differs from yours. … Now one metric not listed in this section … is who has starred your project? …
- Adding project descriptions, URLs, and tags
- Adding secret keys to settings
- Maximizing contribution credits
- Comparing branches
- Pinning repos
- Creating permalinks
- Getting all repo branches
- Using repo shields
- Using GitHub Pages
- Creating a project Kanban
- Using the GitHub CLI
- Creating repo shortcuts
Skill Level Intermediate
Learning GitHub Actions (2019)with Michael Jenkins1h 37m Beginner
Git: Branches, Merges, and Remoteswith Kevin Skoglund2h 58m Beginner
1. Setting Up Github
2. The Github Interface
3. Working with Repos
4. Github Tools
5. External Tools
Share code with gists2m 4s
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