React Native Online Education App Final Touch with GitHub for Free Source Code #11

Welcome Guys, Today in this video we are going to learn how to upload source code on GitHub for free.

What is GitHub?

GitHub is a Git repository hosting service. GitHub also facilitates many of its features, such as access control and collaboration. It provides a Web-based graphical interface.

GitHub is an American company. It hosts the source code of your project in the form of different programming languages and keeps track of the various changes made by programmers.

It offers both distributed version control and source code management (SCM) functionality of Git. It also facilitates some collaboration features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management for every project.

The key benefits of GitHub are as follows.

-It is easy to contribute to open source projects via GitHub.
-It helps to create an excellent document.
-You can attract recruiters by showing off your work. If you have a profile on GitHub, you will have a higher chance of being recruited.
-It allows your work to get out there in front of the public.
-You can track changes in your code across versions.

Then we have seen various commands while uploading the source code on Github.
Some of them are:-

-GIT INIT: The git init command is used to create a new blank repository. It is used to make an existing project a Git project.
-GIT STATUS: The git status command is used to display the state of the repository and staging area. It allows us to see the tracked, untracked files and changes.
-GIT ADD: The git add command is used to add file contents to the Index (Staging Area). This command updates the current content of the working tree to the staging area.
-GIT COMMIT: It is used to record the changes in the repository. It is the next command after the git add
.Every commit contains the index data and the commit message. Every commit forms a parent-child relationship. When we add a file in Git, it will take place in the staging area. A commit command is used to fetch updates from the staging area to the repository.
-GIT PUSH: The push term refers to uploading local repository content to a remote repository. Pushing is the act of transferring commits from your local repository to a remote repository. Pushing is capable of overwriting changes; caution should be taken when pushing.

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