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training-kit - Open source on demand courses and cheat sheets for Git and GitHub

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github-contributions - :octocat: A tool that generates a repository which being pushed into your GitHub account creates a nice contributions calendar

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A tool that generates a repository which being pushed into your GitHub account creates a nice contributions calendar. Ensure you configured NPM and NodeJS not to require sudo when installing packages globally.

git-it-electron - :computer: :mortar_board: Git-it is a (Mac, Win, Linux) Desktop App for Learning Git and GitHub

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Git-it is a desktop (Mac, Windows and Linux) app that teaches you how to use Git and GitHub on the command line. This application contains challenges for learning Git and GitHub—by using real Git and GitHub, not emulators. You'll be learning the awesome (and not so scary) command line and GitHub which means when you finish all of the challenges you'll have real repositories on your GitHub account and green squares on your contribution chart.




patchwork - All the Git-it Workshop completers!

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This repository is a website hosted by GitHub Pages. It goes along with Git-it, a desktop application for learning Git and GitHub. Users fork this repository and learn things like (forking) branching, adding collaborators, pulling in changes, pushing to a remote branch and submitting pull request. Once their pull request comes in, @reporobot rewrites the index.html here to include the user.

git-history-editor - :pencil2: Online commit editor, intuitive and easy to use

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Git history editor is an easy-to-use online tool hosted by Github Pages, intended to help you edit your past commits.In order to import information about past commits in any project, Git History Editor asks you the result of your git log.

git-lfs.github.com - Git LFS (Large File Storage) website.

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Getting started minisite for Git LFS.The code to generate the site (everything excluding the assets, content, and layouts directories) as well as the code samples on the site are licensed under CC0-1.0. CC0 waives all copyright restrictions but does not grant you any trademark permissions.


gfw-msys1-sdk - This is an Inno Setup based wrapper around mingw-get which installs a development environment based on MSYS1 for building Git for Windows using GCC

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Note: This project is more or less deprecated in favor of the MSYS2-based Git SDK installer that is being created as part of the Git for Windows organization. This is the Git for Windows SDK, provided by an Inno Setup based wrapper around MinGW's mingw-get which installs a development environment based on MSYS for building Git for Windows using GCC.

git-workflow - The git workflow for contributing to open source repositories.

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This document describes the git workflow that should be used when contributing to open source projects on GitHub. It assumes a very basic understanding of git (commits, branches, etc.) using the command line. Note: This workflow is designed for open source (i.e., public) repositories. The workflow for private repositories may be slightly different, in particular, the repository's team may prefer for you to not fork the repo but rather push branches to it directly (although note that GitHub does allow you to fork private repositories that you have push access to and keeps the fork private).

webbutveckling-1-flex-studentfiles - Detta är filer som hör ihop med böckerna Webbutveckling 1, lärobok och arbetsbok, 2016-års upplaga och senare

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Detta är filer och resurser som hör ihop med böckerna Webbutveckling 1, lärobok och arbetsbok, 2016-års upplaga och senare. Läs i arbetsboken hur du ska hämta dessa filer.

wordpress-git - Reveal

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Learn how to keep your WordPress sites under version control using a git workflow refined over dozens of sites. We’ll cover repository organization, what belongs (and, perhaps more importantly, what doesn’t belong), and how to make deploying updates and working with multiple environments as painless as possible. Please note that this presentation is not an introduction to Git nor version control. While Git experience is not mandatory it’s recommended that you have some understanding of version control going into the talk.

git-stats-html - Turn git-stats result into HTML output.

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Turn git-stats result into HTML output. Check out git-stats for more details about git-stats.

init - :exclamation: Go to the first (initial) commit of any GitHub repo

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A bookmarklet to quickly get you to the first commit of a repo. Being able to quickly navigate to the oldest commit in a repo is quite helpful. Go ahead and drag the bookmarklet (link) onto your bookmark bar and click it whenever you'd like to go to the first commit of a repo.

git-init - Interactive git tutorial & cheatsheet

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Resources to learn the basics of git (link). Includes a tutorial, a cheatsheet, and some links to more advanced resources. The tutorial explains the basic git commands through animations. Currently includes the commands: init, add, commit, status, diff, log.

jessesquires.com - Turing complete with a stack of 0xdeadbeef

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This is my personal site and blog. It mostly contains bits about Swift, Objective-C, iOS and open source. However, I also write about other programming topics, the ethics of tech, and sometimes politics. Lovingly built with Jekyll, Bootstrap, jQuery, and Font Awesome. Hosted at NearlyFreeSpeech.