Lecture style tutorial for beginners wanting to learn how to use Github with the Github bash
Create an account on github.com.
Download the Git Bash.
Install and set-up Git Bash.
Create a new repository with an initialized README.md
Use git shell to clone the newly created repo and start editing, adding, committing, then pushing.
Clone the repository, edit the files that you want to edit or create new files, add the newer files into the staging area, commit the changes, push the changes onto the repository on github.com
Commands to know:
git clone (url)
git add (file names)
git commit -m “(committed message)
git remote add origin master (url)
git push -u origin master
git pull origin master
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