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Introduction. GitHub is a version management and collaboration tool for programming. It allows you and others to collaborate on projects from any location. This course covers the fundamentals of GitHub, such as repositories, branches, commits, and pull requests.

  • It makes contributing to your open-source projects simple. To be honest, GitHub is used to
  • handle almost every open-source project.
  • Documentation.
  • Put your work on display.
  • Markdown.
  • A repository is what GitHub is.
  • Keep track of changes in your code over time.
  • Integration options.

The first reason is because the community is extremely powerful. GitHub is an open-source platform that is powered by its community. Millions of programmers and enthusiasts share their work by downloading, reviewing, and evaluating it. Furthermore, GitHub is the platform of choice for many large organisations' developers.

The primary distinction between Git and GitHub is that Git is a locally installed open-source programme for managing source code, whereas GitHub is an online service to which Git users can connect and publish or download resources.

You must include an open source licence if you want others to use, distribute, edit, or contribute back to your product. For example, unless you specifically grant them permission, no one can utilise any portion of your GitHub project in their code, even if it's public.

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