GitHub is a web-based version control system and developer collaboration platform. It’s the hub around which everything git-related revolves. A popular misunderstanding is that Git and GitHub are the same thing. Git is used to keep track of the code’s history and complete modifications. Git can be installed locally on a developer’s machine, while GitHub is an online service that allows developers to utilize Git online.
Here are steps to create GitHub Repository.
1. Login to your GitHub Account
Create account if you don’t have it.
2. Click the ‘New’ button
Under the repository tab click the ‘new’ button.
3. Fill the info for your GitHub repository.
Name and description of the GitHub repository. You can call the repository whatever you wish. I used the word ‘test’ in our example. Choose whether the repository is public or private. Public is my preferred option. Now select additional option like ‘README’, .gitignore & License for your Repository.
4. Finally click ‘Create repository’
Your repository is created. You can access the repository at github.com/<your-username>/<repo-name>.
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