How to Create a Repository on GitHub

Now that you have created an account with GitHub, you are ready to create a new repository. This would be a good time to check out our Git guide on using remote repositories. Basically, remote repositories are important for the following reasons: Provides a “hub” for your code Supports collaboration Decentralizes your code to protect Read More >

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Using Git to Publish Files

In this article, we will be learning how to deploy a project with Git. The goal is to take a project under Git version control and deploy a live “production” version. This can be used to host scripts that are edited frequently or even to launch a static website (or the static files of a Read More >

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Using Branches in Git

Git allows you to do work in new “branches” separate from your main “master” branch. In effect, “checking out” a branch means actually copying and swapping your working directory files, so you can change them as you please, and switch back to another branch later. This means you can do as much testing and tinkering Read More >

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How to Use Tags in Git

Throughout the life of your project, you will reach various milestones. With Git, we mark significant improvements and modifications with commits, but often there will be events that will require more annotation, such as version changes. In this article, you’ll learn about how to use tags in Git to mark significant events in the life Read More >

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How to Commit Changes in Git

Now that we have learned how to install git and start adding files to our staging index, we can now learn how to how to commit changes in Git. Committing tracked files to the repository means that we are adding changes to the permanent record of the project. Imagine this process as similar to recording Read More >

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Introduction to Git

In this introduction to Git, you will learn how to use git with your InMotion Hosting server. There are many popular hosting platforms available for Git such as Github, Bitbucket, and more. However, if you are interested in managing your own Git repositories on a private server, this is the tutorial series for you. There Read More >

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