Everyday GIT With 20 Commands Or So A standalone individual developer does not exchange patches with other people, and works alone in a single repository, using the following commands. Examples Use a tarball as a starting point for a new repository. $ tar zxf frotz.tar.gz $ cd frotz $ git init $ git add . <1> $ git commit -m "import of frotz source tree." $ git tag v2.43 <2> add everything under the current directory. make a lightweight, unannotated tag. Try iOS: iPhone App Development Course by Eric Allam We want to create Try iOS, a Code School course which teaches how to build your own iPhone apps. Our course will combine high quality screencasts, in-browser code challenges, and gamification principles to make learning fun. There will be no need to install anything, since students will build iPhone apps using our in-browser iPhone simulator (see the video above for a demo). You might notice that we already reached our funding goal, thanks if you already helped fund us! You can still secure your access to the course for $25 or more, and here are our additional funding goals: > $75,000 - We'll hire a camera crew to do 2 "making of" videos during the course building process AND we add video hints.
Hello World · GitHub Guides The Hello World project is a time-honored tradition in computer programming. It is a simple exercise that gets you started when learning something new. Let’s get started with GitHub! You’ll learn how to: Create and use a repository Start and manage a new branch Make changes to a file and push them to GitHub as commits Open and merge a pull request What is GitHub? Getting Started with Java IDL Java™ IDL is a technology for distributed objects – that is, objects interacting on different platforms across a network. Java IDL enables objects to interact regardless of whether they're written in the Java programming language or another language such as C, C++, COBOL, or others. This is possible because Java IDL is based on the Common Object Request Brokerage Architecture (CORBA), an industry-standard distributed object model. A key feature of CORBA is IDL, a language-neutral Interface Definition Language. Each language that supports CORBA has its own IDL mapping--and as its name implies, Java IDL supports the mapping for Java. To learn more about the IDL-to-Java language mapping, see IDL-to-Java Language Mapping.
Top 10 Free GitHub Alternatives for Private Repositories Github though is huge resource for most of the developers; it is restricted and not always possible to be use without any hurdle as there might be issue with the client and employers to host the code from their private servers. However you may have a few side projects that may not pay for those private repositories. And that why there few alternatives that can be used instead of Github. Git Git is an open source, distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Every Git clone is a full-fledged repository with complete history and full revision tracking capabilities, not dependent on network access or a central server. Branching and merging are fast and easy to do.
git-annex assistant: Like DropBox, but with your own cloud by Joey Hess 100% funded in the first day! Additional funding will give me more time to obsess over making this perfect and add more and better features. Thanks to my backers for funding me $20k -- now I'm working on this for a full year! I wrote git-annex to make git usable with large files. And for archivists, scientists, and regular geeky folks with many photos, music, and videos, a git that can handle big files is perfect. Now I'm going to make it easy to use too. Git Hunt GitHunt's public service:The trending GitHub repositories selected by usersProgrammer excuses API for lazy programmers : APIGitHub Trending API : APICollections for similar repositories [todo] What else do you need? Let us know via email GitHunt itself
An Introduction to Programming with JacORB Gerald Brose Institut für Informatik Freie Universität Berlin, Germany firstname.lastname@example.org This document gives an introduction to programming distributed applications with JacORB, a free Java object request broker. It is structured as follows. First, we briefly describe how to obtain and install JacORB. Section 2 gives a few examples on how to use JacORB to write distributed Java programs while section 3 contains a description of the utilities that come with JacORB. JacORB can be obtained as a gzipped tar-archive from the JacORB home page at GitHub Alternative: Top 7 Best Source Code Hosting Sites As many of you may know, Gitorious – a website that let you host (open source) projects using Git version control – was recently purchased by GitLab, and it is to stop operations from May, 2015. In relation to this, we have a roundup of 7 GitHub alternatives for you to check out. GitHub GitHub is the world’s largest, and most popular code hosting site. GitHub users have a choice of using either Git or Subversion as their VCS (Version Control System), to manage, maintain and deploy software projects.
Git for the lazy - Spheriki From Spheriki Git is a distributed version control system . No, you don't need to know what that means to use this guide.