Github – Create a Repository and Push Your Code with Git
- Go to Github and create a new repository.
- Create a repository name and give it a description.
- Set the repository for public view or private where you can control who sees the repository.
- You can select to auto generate a README file for general information about the repository.
- You can choose to add a .gitignore which will omit tracking.
- You can also give permissions VIA licensing.
- Once the repository is created you can hop over to the terminal and follow the same syntax to initialize and push your files to the Github repository.
- After a successful push you will now be able to see the content inside of the Github repository.
A Few Benefits
- Easier project contribution
- Version control
- A showcase for your work