Chapter 3. Git & GitHub Project Setup

Chapter 3. Git & GitHub Project Setup

To initiate a project with Git and GitHub, you need to create Local and Remote Repositories that will be used to save your coding and share your codes with others.

At this step, you’ll also need to connect the Local Repository with the Remote Repository. Depending on your project situation, the project setup approach can be different.

In this chapter, we'll explain the project setup approaches in the three cases below:

  • 1) As a project initiator (owner)
  • 2) As a project member (collaborator)
  • 3) As a non-project member (creating a new project using a copy of an existing project)

Topics covered in this chapter are the following.

TOPICS

To initiate a project with Git and GitHub, you need to create Local and Remote Repositories that will be used to save your coding and share your codes with others.

At this step, you’ll also need to connect the Local Repository with the Remote Repository. Depending on your project situation, the project setup approach can be different.

In this chapter, we'll explain the project setup approaches in the three cases below:

  • 1) As a project initiator (owner)
  • 2) As a project member (collaborator)
  • 3) As a non-project member (creating a new project using a copy of an existing project)

Topics covered in this chapter are the following.

TOPICS