Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Basic Git-Hub Configuration

As we already discussed that GitHub is a web based Git repository hosting service. It offers all of the distributed version control and source code management functionality of Git as well as adding it own features. This article will provide you the basic of the Git hub configuration.


1) Go to the Github.com and create a account
2) The next step is to create a repository as follows,
3) Once the repository is created, we can see the repository as follows,
4) Once the repository is created, we need to make sure to get the Repository HTTPS and SSH URLs from the repository it self
5) Once the Repository is created and code is pushed to the Repository, we can see the code as follows. Git Hub also allows us to merge , compare the branches.
6) Git Hub provides us with various other options such as below to connect local jenkins with the remote Git Hub code for building purpose. This is done by using the webHooks and  Services.
I hope this gives you the basic idea of the Git Hub Configuration.

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