The GitHub CLI gives you access to GitHub information directly from your terminal application. Learn how you can request information about your issues or pull requests, even navigate directly to them from your terminal.
- [Instructor] The GitHub CLI … is a command line tool for GitHub … that lets you access certain information … about your projects. … You can get it at this URL … and there's going to have to be a little bit of installation … done before you get started. … So to do that … make sure you follow the directions right here. … Now once you've got that installed, … you get the gh command on your terminal. … So we can type in gh, … and then if you want to look at all the available options, … you can use the help flag. … It's going to show you that primarily you can use the issue, … the pr, or the repo command … to do different things with your projects. … Right now if I take a look at my directory … you can see that I am in a bootstrap project, … so I can take a look at my issues really quick … by typing in gh issue list. … This will show me all the issues for this project, … and if I wanted to I could take a look at the pull requests … for this project. … Now you could also check a project remotely …
- 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
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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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