From private betas to the most important open source technologies of our time, GitHub is home to all kinds of projects. Developers count on our platform to take their projects to the next level with collaborative tools, uncompromised security, and premier third-party apps.
If you haven’t started your project on GitHub, uploading your project might feel overwhelming. This course helps you seamlessly upload your local project to GitHub and provides important next steps for managing your project and introducing community involvement.
In this course, you’ll learn how to:
You'll know the answers to questions like:
At the end of this course, your project will be on GitHub and ready for version control, and have all the collaboration features of GitHub immediately available. You'll have access to issues, pull requests, project boards, wikis and management features.
In this course, we assume you understand what a repository is and how to work with files and folders locally. We also assume you have experience using either the command line or can download software to help move files to GitHub. If you need some help with learning GitHub terminology, try taking Introduction to GitHub first.
This course is open-ended, and you can choose which tooling you'd like to use. Some of the options include:
This is a great follow up course from Introduction to GitHub. If you have a project you've been working on and want version control and collaboration features, this is the best course for you.
Explore your options for making the move to GitHub.
Prepare your project for a happy life on GitHub.
Publish your project on GitHub.
Understand the difference between a public and private repository.
All public courses on Learning Lab are free.