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'Git and Github - II : Tutorial for Beginner

  Get started with Git and Github Install Git For Windows, Download git from here  and install it on your device Browse to the official Git website here. Click the download link and allow the download to complete. Extract and Launch Git Installer. Leave the default, unless you have reason to change it until then, click Next. Once the installation is complete,  Launch Git Bash, then click Finish. For Linus, Use code $ sudo dnf install git-all Initialize with credentials Make sure your git is installed properly. To do that check version git --version #To check version of git installed Provide Credentials (name and email) to git git config --global "Your_username" git config --global “Your_email” git config --global — list # To check the info you provided. Start with Github Signup on github Create a repository Add repository name, description Choose public or private  Tick to add readme, license and git ignore Click on create repository Work on Github projec

Introduction to Git and Github - I

Git Git is a free open-source version control software. This tool gives developers the flexibility to store and maintain codes and work in a group without overwriting anything. In real life, projects normally involve more than one developer and work parallel on different features. So, they need a version control system like Git to make sure everything they are working on in place with no conflicts and integration. Also, if anything goes wrong, reverting to the previous thing is a lifesaver. In this tool, we have a branch feature that helps developers to work on a single feature individually. Hence, it provides the facility to work alone and in a group. In the end, all the individual branches are merged to create an integrated product. Repositories If we want to start using Git, we need to know where to host our repositories. A repository (or “Repo” for short) is a project that contains multiple files. In our case, a repository will contain code-based files. Talking about repositories w

How to Make your website speed amazingly fast

While developing a website, many of us don't care about page speed. What we do care about is the look and feel of it and the result it should give. Website load doesn’t seem to be a big deal at the beginning, but it’s not when more than 30% of the users leave the site when it is taking more than 5 seconds to load which leads to decrease in sales of the product you want to introduce through the site you have created. As the purpose of developing a site may ruin due to the page speed of the site. Here are some tips which will help you to increase the performance of your site: 1. USE MINIFIED MARKUP FILES, STYLESHEET, AND JAVASCRIPT While developing site developers use spaces and comments to make it more readable and help other developers understand the codes. However, it becomes a drawback when serving pages. So minifying the files will remove all these unwanted spaces and unnecessary comments for the performing pages. These minified files will work as fine as not minified amplified