How to use git with Github repository

In this article, I am going to show you how to use git with Github and Gitbash. Let’s discuss in detail about Git and Git Bash.

What is Git?

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency.

Git is used to managing your project on any repository. I will discuss in more detail about hub repositories. Let’s discuss Git and Git Bash for now. Ok, so git is an open source version control system which means it is used to manage your project with respect to project versions. Suppose You created a project with version 1. and you uploaded on a repository, for this article suppose you uploaded on Github repository. Now after a month, you added some modifications in your project and now that your project is live in some repository. You can simply merge all the modified files with the previous version of the project in GitHub and update its version. As simple as that. And you should be good to go.

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Let’s get deep into the topic and start learning about how to use git with Github and Gitbash

What is GitHub?

Github is one of the most famous repository management platforms. As discussed above you can upload your project to any repository. For this article, you are going to upload to Github. By using Git software you just need to install Git in your system and start using Git bash. I will show you how exactly you can do all this in the video attached. After installing Git. You can simply go to the required directory or folder in your system and open Git Bash there. And start writing some commands that are provided by Git. and that’s it. All the files from that directory or folder will be copied to the server Github repository. And you can share that to the world.

Enough of talking let’s see

How does it work?


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