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👩‍💻 How to Create a GitHub Repository! (Using VS Code Command-Line) - #72

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Published: September 03, 2021

Estimated Reading Time
2 minutes
Video Duration
7:34 minutes

Learn how to create a GitHub repository using VS Code's command-line interface. In this tutorial, we will add a repo to my GitHub for a project I did months ago. The interface is simple and the commands allow you to easily create and manage a new GitHub repo directly from VS Code.

00:00 Intro

00:42 Add New Repo in GitHub

01:43 Create Repos Folder on Local Machine

02:28 Clone Repo from GitHub

03:47 Git Commands for Status and Commit

04:37 Adding New Files and Folder to Repo

05:16 Git Add

06:25 Git Push

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