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Could someone explain me what is GitHub

5/12/2018 9:19:29 AM


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Honestly, I use GitHub as a way to share my code. You make a repo, and publish your code there for the whole world! (Or your friends) it’s great when you move PCs a lot, because you can just download your repo if you forget your code somewhere or it’s out of date. Mohit’s answer is completely valid, but I think that if you need cloud hosting to keep your code in one place, GitHub is the way to go.


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to show you the easy path I'm gone scratch the surface and then you should go deep by yourself's a platform , let's say a space where you can find ready made projects in different platforms, and not only that but you can upload your projects too ...


GitHub (originally known as Logical Awesome LLC) is a web-based hosting service for version control using git. ...GitHub offers plans for both private repositories and free accounts which are commonly used to host open-source software projects. and go through above link it will help you


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If you already know what Git is, the best way to find out is by browsing projects on there and using the interface. There are a few new things, such as pull requests, which don't exist in Git. If you don't, that is probably the best place to start.


GitHub, Inc. is a provider of Internet hosting for software development and version control using Git. It offers the distributed version control and source code management functionality of Git, plus its own features.


Git hub is a platform or an app.trhat you can use to execute codes or commands to retrieve passwords to query information or data . Can organize and group specific detailed data, It is mostly used by software developers 'to create new apps,l, and way to work as a group on projects.that are still being tested or in development . Shelly John