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My Journey Of Learning Programming Through Flatiron School #28

My name is Mason Ellwood, and I’m currently working on Flatiron School’s Online Full Stack Web Development Program. Each week, I’ll be writing about my experience, what I’m learning, and tips on learning to code. So creating and associating local and remote repositories through GIT and GitHub can be a little tricky. First, you would…

Springloops offers SVN/Git Control combined with Web Deployments

Managing a website’s deployment digitally may seem like a chore at first. But once you understand the fundamentals and learn to work within a system it can become a tremendous time saver. Springloops is a service that helps with deployment and version control management. You’re able to setup SVN or Git repos and contain all…

FTPloy pushes changes right to GitHub or Butbucket

Whenever you’re building a new project it’s always recommended to stick with a version control system. Git is by far the most popular which is supported on both GitHub and Bitbucket. These two services offer free accounts for developers, and are thus the most popular for open source code. But they can also be used…

Gogs is your free self-hosted Git Service

Git users are sure to be familiar with the intial setup requirements on any new server. This may be worthwhile or even fun for some developers – but others just want to get the job done right. Gogs(Go Git Service) is a new self-hosted Git service made for this exact reason. You can install it…

New Version Control Tool for Designers

Web developers and programmers have been using version control for years. Git and Subversion are two major projects with the former leading to its own community GitHub.com. But what about designers? People who craft pixel-perfect mockups would love to have some version control as well. This is technically possible via Git but it’s rather convoluted….

First Aid Git is your Free Search Engine for Git Help

Version control has become a must-have technology for programmers & web developers. Over the years it has become much more influential and now it’s a practical powerhouse of tools for managing revisions, updates, and changes to any codebase. The most popular choice by far is Git which happens to be open source and the main…

GitHub to Launch Protected Branches for Code Repos

The GitHub team recently put up an interesting blog post covering a new feature called “Protected Branches”. The goal is to save stress by protecting certain branches from being overwritten by contributors. This ability should be setup by an administrator on the repo, but obviously it’s not a necessity all the time. From GitHub’s blog:

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