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Mastering Markdown · GitHub Guides

Markdown is a lightweight and easy-to-use syntax for styling all forms of writing on the GitHub platform. What you will learn: How the Markdown format makes styled collaborative editing easy

Posted: Monday Jun 29, 2020

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Getting Started with GitHub Pages · GitHub Guides

Posted: (3 days ago) GitHub is the best way to build and ship software. Powerful collaboration, code review, and code management for open source and private projects.

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Posted: (4 days ago) GitHub flow is a lightweight, branch-based workflow that supports teams and projects where deployments are made regularly. This guide explains how and why GitHub flow works.

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Understanding the GitHub flow · GitHub Guides

Posted: (3 days ago) Discuss and review your code. Once a Pull Request has been opened, the person or team reviewing your changes may have questions or comments. Perhaps the coding style doesn't match project guidelines, the change is missing unit tests, or maybe everything looks great and props are in order.

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Documenting your projects on GitHub · GitHub Guides

Posted: (3 days ago) The block must start with three backticks, optionally followed by the the name of the language that is contained by the block. See Pygments for the list of languages that can be syntax highlighted.. The block contents should be indented at the same level as the opening backticks.

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Mastering Markdown · GitHub Guides

Posted: (3 days ago) Markdown is a lightweight and easy-to-use syntax for styling all forms of writing on the GitHub platform. What you will learn: How the Markdown format makes styled collaborative editing easy

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Hello World · GitHub Guides

Posted: (3 days ago) This tutorial teaches you GitHub essentials like repositories, branches, commits, and Pull Requests. You’ll create your own Hello World repository and learn GitHub’s Pull Request workflow, a popular way to create and review code. No coding necessary. To complete this tutorial, you need a GitHub.com account and Internet access. You don’t ...

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Making Your Code Citable · GitHub Guides

Posted: (3 days ago) ProTip: This tutorial is aimed at researchers who want to cite GitHub repositories in academic literature. Provided you’ve already set up a GitHub repository, this tutorial can be completed without installing any special software. If you haven’t yet created a project on GitHub, start first by uploading your work to a repository.

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Git Handbook · GitHub Guides

Posted: (3 days ago) # assumption: a project called `repo` already exists on the machine, and a new branch has been pushed to GitHub.com since the last time changes were made locally # change into the `repo` directory cd repo # update all remote tracking branches, and the currently checked out branch git pull # change into the existing branch called `feature-a` git checkout feature-a # make changes, for example ...

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Mastering Issues · GitHub Guides

Posted: (3 days ago) GitHub is the best way to build and ship software. Powerful collaboration, code review, and code management for open source and private projects.

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Forking Projects · GitHub Guides

Posted: (3 days ago) For this tutorial, we’ll be using the Spoon-Knife project, a test repository that’s hosted on GitHub.com that lets you test the Pull Request workflow. Fork the repository. To fork the Spoon-Knife repository, click the Fork button in the header of the repository. Sit back and watch the forking magic.

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