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  • Create and upload repositories to your account
  • Create organizations and manage teams with different access levels on repositories
  • Use the issue tracker effectively and add context to issues with labels and milestones
  • Create, access, and personalize your user account and profile settings
  • Build a community around your project using the sophisticated tools GitHub provides
  • Create GitHub pages and understand web analytics

Whether you are an experienced developer or a novice, learning to work with Version Control Systems is a must in the software development world. Git is the most popular tool for that purpose, and GitHub was built around it, leveraging its powers by bringing it to the web.

Starting with the basics of creating a repository, you will then learn how to manage the issue tracker, the place where discussions about your project take place. Continuing our journey, we will explore how to use the wiki and write rich documentation that will accompany your project. You will also master organization/team management and some of the features that made GitHub so well known, including pull requests. Next, we will focus on creating simple web pages hosted on GitHub and lastly, we will explore the settings that are configurable for a user and a repository.

  • Effectively use GitHub by learning its key features to leverage the power of Git and make collaboration on code easy to work with.
  • Be more productive on the development workflow of your projects using the valuable toolset that GitHub provides.
  • Explore the world of GitHub by following simple, step-by-step, real-world scenarios accompanied by helpful, explanatory screenshots.
Page Count 178
Course Length 5 hours 20 minutes
ISBN 9781789138337
Date Of Publication 29 Jun 2018


Achilleas Pipinellis

Achilleas Pipinellis is an open source enthusiast and tries to get involved in as many projects as possible. He was introduced to Linux almost 10 years ago and haven't looked back since. His distribution of choice is Arch Linux, a lightweight and flexible system that adheres to the KISS philosophy. He likes trying new technologies, especially those that require some sort of special deployment. He also enjoys writing technical guides and articles that help people learn new stuff and strongly believes that comprehensive documentation is essential to a project's growth and recognition.