In our advanced course on building REST APIs, we teach how to use Travis-CI to run unit tests and linting for your project.
Since launching the course, GitHub has launched their own CI/CD workflow tool called GitHub Actions and many students…
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The following steps will fix the issue where the blank shell input appears after running `vagrant ssh` on Windows 10:
This bug appears to be caused by a conflict between the ssh executable that comes with vagrant and the one that comes with…
If you've ever used Git in windows, you may have seen something like this every time you add files to Git:
warning: LF will be replaced by CRLF in www/index.html.
The file will have its original line endings in your working directory.
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Learn how to build a REST API: Build a Backend REST API with Python & Django - Advanced
You may have read/watched my previous tutorial How to use GitHub with Android Studio 1.x. This is a follow up tutorial which explains how to clone…
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In the comments of my article How to use GitHub with Android Studio 1.x, Cynthia gets the following error:
can't add remote
fatal: remote origin already exists.
during execution git remote add origin
Unfortunately, it seems…
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Previously, I wrote a post called How to use GitHub with Android Studio, which was based on the beta version of Android Studio. Since then, Android Studio has progressed past the Beta phase and is now officially the primary IDE for…
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This article provides a basic overview of how to use GitHub with Android Studio. If you're looking for more in-depth training, check out my ebook How to Use GitHub with Android Studio: A complete step-by-step guide to mastering the technology.
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I had the following problem:
I had been working on a project and wanted to commit my changes to git. When trying to commit (clicking Commands > Commit), it would let me type a message and add the files, however when I click Commit, the…
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Cloud based source control systems such as github are a great addition to the everyday toolkit of the software engineer. However, what if you want to host your own local git repository? Maybe for security, budget limitations of just personal…
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