• Beginner

Git & GitHub Crash Course: Create a Repository From Scratch!

  • 1 hour, 36 minutes
  • Tue 11 2020
  • 7 Student Enrolled

Learn how to create a Git repository, clone it, make changes, and submit changes to GitHub in less than 30 minutes..

4.5 4 Reviews

Course Overview

Course Content

Course: Create your first repository
Course: Clone it to your computer and add files
Course: Push your changes to GitHub
Course: Learn how to see differences between old and new files
Course: Learn how to do all of this on the command line, as if you were deploying code on a live server
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Item Reviews - 4

Mike Mon 08 2020

4

This course is fantastic, it covers a wide range of subjects. Would highly reccomend for any web devs.

Derry Y Fri 08 2020

5

good introduction course for web development. Course cover various of web dev essentials such as html, css, javascript, nodejs, api , routes etc. Great support from the TA.

Rutuja A Wed 08 2020

5

This course has helped boost my confidence to such a great extent. It made me realize that whether you are building a production level web application or working on any personal project if you know your fundamentals straight and well you can very comfortably develop amazing things. Thanks to Colt who has the most simplified and intuitive way of teaching any concept and the entire TA team for all the help and an amazing learning experience overall!

Thanasis T Wed 08 2020

4

This tutorial is perfect to get you started with web dev. It is pretty basic but that is more than enough to get you into how things work and help you make your first steps in web dev.

Course Features

  • Student Enrolled:3
  • Created:10/11/2020
  • Duration:1 hour, 36 minutes
  • Skill Level:Beginner
  • Language:English
Course Price

$ 9.00

Course Features
  • Create your first repository
  • Clone it to your computer and add files
  • Push your changes to GitHub
  • Learn how to see differences between old and new files
  • Learn how to do all of this on the command line, as if you were deploying code on a live server