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Content List Introduction Milestones, Labels & Assignees Notifications, @mentions, and References Search Other Uses Introduction Each application you create on SashiDo has its own Free Private repository on GitHub. As any great project, yours will probably need to have a way to track its bugs, tasks, and improvements. Great news, as GitHub has just the right feature for the job. Its called Issues and it’s GitHub’s way of tracking and dealing with these ...

Have you ever thought about how great it would be if you could customize your own workflow? Managing your project, schedule events, release checklists or manage some kind of specific feature work? Don't worry, because with GitHub's Project Boards you can do just that! What’s awesome is that with every app you have on SashiDo, you get a Free Private GitHub repo, which includes the option to enable Project Boards by default. Project Boards There are generall ...

A crucial step for a successful project is documentation. When you present documentation in your project, it's easier for people to get to know what your project's about. But don't forget to update it from time to time so it stays relevant and useful. Fortunately, GitHub makes the process of creating and maintaining documentation very easy. There are two basic ways you can publish your documentation on GitHub: By using a README file - this is a simple way ...

Understanding the GitHub Flow

Alexander V. Ruptsov

Intoduction Whenever you are working on a project with your team there will probably be ideas about new features, an optimization, or all sorts of stuff regarding your project. You can imagine what a mess it would be if everyone starts to make changes to the code without consulting with their team leader, or even push the changes directly into production. The GitHub Workflow makes the whole process of managing your project a hell of a lot easier. Whenever ...

Let’s start with the basics. GitHub is a software development platform that lets you host and develop your code, manage projects, and collaborate with other developers. Your repository (repo) is the place where your project lives. GitHub allows repos to be public, where everyone can view or access the code, or private, where only the repo owner and the collaborators have access to the code. Normally, if you want to use a private repo in GitHub, you need to ...

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