Sunday, June 29, 2014

Setup your code respository on Github

1. Sign up first on the for your free account.

2. After login, click on the 'New Repository' as shown in the image below:

3. Then, on next page provide your new repository -
- Repository Name [ anything you like]
- Description [ This is optional. You can provide some basic overview of your repository so people can     understand your work from there.]
Repository Visibility Type [ Here if you want to make your repository PRIVATE then you need to upgrade your github account, otherwise you can go with PUBLIC repository.]
 - Check the option "Initialize this repository with a README"
-  Add .gitignore file [ For this select your project language, for example here i selected java]
Add a License [ You may add a license if u like and as per your requirement, here i am adding MIT ]
- Then just click on 'Create Repository' button

4. So, here is your repository created:

5. From the above screenshot, you can see a unique HTTPS Clone URL is generated for you repository. You can use this to pull your repository, start working on it, and then push back your changes.

6.  To clone your repository to your local system, just download the git client for your system and install.

7. Now to clone your repository, open the installed Git bash:
    -  Type the clone command as  [   git clone  ]

8.  Go to the folder on your local machine, where you cloned the repository to access the file. :)

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