Tag: Git Environment

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What is Django?

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Django is a Python-based web framework that is used for developing complex, database-driven websites. It also operated under an open-source license indicating it is free to use. Django is ultra-fast and encourages security, and it is exceptionally adaptable, which is the cause of its immense popularity.

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GitHub is a free repository hosting service, used as version control for web developers to download and push their code from their servers to other users.  In our previous article on Installing Git on Ubunto 18.04, we've instructed on how to add Git to your Ubuntu VPS server. We'll continue on and show you how to add and clone a repo from GitHub to your server.

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What is Git?

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Git is a distributed version control system (or VCS), typically used to track files changes. It was developed in 2005 by Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux kernel. Git’s primary use is to keep track of changes within source code during the software development process. Source Code Management or SCM was the primary reason for its creation.

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What is Git?

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Git is the most commonly used VCS (Version Control System) today. Git is a free distributed version control system used for tracking changes in source code during development. It is installed and maintained on your local system. It is designed mainly for orchestrating work among developers. But, it can also be used for tracking changes in any set of files.

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In our previous tutorial, we showed you how to create and sync a GitHub repository to your Ubuntu VPS server.  Using the last tutorial as a springboard, we’ll continue on and show you how to commit changes to GitHub. Specifically, we will push a script from your Ubuntu server to your GitHub account from the terminal.

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Git is one of the most popular tools used as a distributed version control system (VCS). Git is commonly used for source code management (SCM) and has become more used than old VCS systems like SVN. In this article, we'll show you how to install Git on your Ubuntu 16.04 cloud dedicated server.

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What is Gist?

Gist is an easy method to share snippets or excerpts of data with others. A gist can be a string of code, a bash script or some other small piece of data. These bits of information are hosted by GitHub as a repository. Using gist has all the benefits of utilizing a GitHub repository, and also provides a more lightweight way of utilizing GitHub’s versioning features. 

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What is Git-Secret?

Git-secret is a bash tool that is used to store your private files and information inside of a git repo on your server. The git-secret tool allows us to encrypt sensitive files that are stored inside a secure, encrypted repository. In this article, we will be examining the process of installing and working with git-secret on an 18.04 Ubuntu Server.

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In this article, we discuss how to clone a git repo on CentOS. We also learn the differences between Git and GitHub, what version control means, what a repo is and how to clone a repository.

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What is the purpose of Git?

Git gives you a way to not only track changes in source code, but it can also be used to track changes in files.  It then stores the data in what is called a repository, also known as a repo. In short, Git is a tool used as a version control system (VCS), allowing you to distribute changes from your local machine to the repo and vice versa.  In this tutorial, we’ll be instructing on how to install and configure git onto an Ubuntu 18.04 server.

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