Getting Started with Git and pushing existing project on GitHub

Prerequisites :

Setting up Git

Configure Git

  1. To double check that Git is installed, Open Git Bash, type git --version.
  2. To configure Git, you must define some global variables: user.name and user.email. Both are required for commits.

Pushing your project on GitHub

  1. Now open your GitHub account. and create a new repository on GitHub.
$ git commit -m "first commit"

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