GitHub is a web-based version control system and collaboration platform for developers. It is the centre around which all things involving git revolve. GitHub allows software developers and engineers to create remote, public-facing repositories on the cloud for free. Once you’ve set up a repository on GitHub, you can copy it to your device, add and modify files locally, then “push” your changes back to the repository where your changes display for the public.
|Chapter 1 How to create a new repository on GitHub|
|Chapter 2 How to delete a repository on GitHub|
|Chapter 3 How to Fork a GitHub repository – Coming Soon|
|Chapter 4 How to clone a project from GitHub using Eclipse – Coming Soon|
|Chapter 5 How to copy code from another version control to GitHub – GitHub Importer – Coming Soon|