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Introducing GitHub : a non-technical guide

Author: Brent Beer
Publisher: Beijing : O'Reilly, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : Second editionView all editions and formats
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Software is eating the world, and GitHub is where software is built. GitHub is also a powerful way for people to collaborate on text-based documents, from contracts to screenplays to legislation. With this introductory guide, you'll learn how to use GitHub to manage and collaborate with developers, designers and other business professionals more effectively. Topics include project transparency, collaboration tools,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Brent Beer
ISBN: 9781491981788 1491981784 9781491981764 1491981768
OCLC Number: 1018307716
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: 1. Introduction --
What Is Git? --
What Is GitHub? --
Why Use Git? --
Why Use GitHub? --
Key Concepts --
2. Viewing --
Introducing the Project Page --
Viewing the README.md File --
Viewing the Commit History --
Viewing Pull Requests --
Viewing Issues --
Viewing the Pulse --
Viewing GitHub Graphs --
The Contributors Graph --
The Commits Graph --
The Code Frequency Graph --
The Punch Card Graph --
The Network Graph --
The Members List --
The Traffic Graph --
3. Editing --
Contributing via a Fork --
Adding a File --
Creating a Pull Request --
Editing a File --
Renaming or Moving a File --
Working with Folders --
Creating a Folder --
Renaming a Folder --
The Limits of Editing on GitHub --
4. Collaboration --
Committing to a Branch --
Creating a Pull Request from a Branch --
Collaborating on Pull Requests --
Involving People with Pull Requests --
Reviewing Pull Requests --
Commenting on Pull Requests --
Adding Color to Comments --
Contributing to Pull Requests --
Testing a Pull Request --
Merging a Pull Request --
Who Should Merge a Pull Request? --
Pull Request Notifications --
Best Practices for Pull Requests --
Issues --
Creating a New Issue --
Managing Milestones for Issues --
Managing Labels for Issues --
Commenting on Issues --
Referencing Issues in a Commit --
Best Practices for Issues --
Wikis --
Getting Started with a Wiki --
Adding and Linking to a Page on Your Wiki --
GitHub Pages --
Creating a Website for Your Project --
Creating a Website for Yourself or Your Organization --
5. Creating and Configuring --
Creating a Repository --
Adding Collaborators --
Configuring a Repository --
Integrating with Other Systems --
Personal Versus Organizational --
Creating an Organization --
Managing Teams --
6. Downloading --
Why Clone a Repository? --
GitHub for Mac --
Making a Commit Using GitHub for Mac --
Viewing Changes in GitHub for Mac --
GitHub for Windows --
Making a Commit Using GitHub for Windows --
Configuring Command-Line Tools in GitHub for Windows --
7. Next Steps.
Other Titles: GitHub
Responsibility: Brent Beer.

Abstract:

Software is eating the world, and GitHub is where software is built. GitHub is also a powerful way for people to collaborate on text-based documents, from contracts to screenplays to legislation. With this introductory guide, you'll learn how to use GitHub to manage and collaborate with developers, designers and other business professionals more effectively. Topics include project transparency, collaboration tools, the basics of Git version control management and how to make changes yourself - without having to bother your development team.

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