In this section of the course, we will examine how to implement version control into a Rails application. This will include: configuring your system with GitHub and pushing your repo to the web.
Learn how to create a GitHub account and navigate through the GitHub dashboard.
Learn how to generate SSH keys from your local system and add them to GitHub. This will allow for you to push securely to remote GitHub repositories.
In this guide you'll learn how to: create a new git repository, how to push to GitHub, and how to work with different versions of your application.
In this guide we'll walk through how to edit a .gitignore file so that our application can securely store secret API keys and various credentials. We'll also examine how to clear our local Git cache to properly update the .gitignore file.
This guide examines how to work with the markdown syntax. Learning markdown will allow you to style Readme files, add items such as syntax highlighting to GitHub comments, and much more.
In this short guide we'll update the Git sprint feature in the Pivotal Tracker dashboard.
In this deep dive we'll walk through the finer points of Git, specifically we'll analyze: what git is, how it can be used in day to day development, how to work with git branches, and much more.
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