The source code management system to manage the codes faster is called Git. It uses distributed revision control. Linus Torvalds designed and developed Git for Linux kernel development. This free software can be used for web-based and non-web-based applications. The users can download the code, and necessary changes can be made per their requirements as it is open source. Git has a staging area that looks for the files after the user places them. Therefore, all the code changes are not tracked, and the files in the staging area are considered committed and not all the modified files.
There is a platform where all the sample projects are placed so that anyone can access the project. There is a hierarchy where the directories are organized as api, graphql, hooks, pre-receive-hooks, and scripts. First, a repository must be created, and a short description must be given. Next, a branch has to be created, which creates a read me file. In the editor, write a simple program such as ‘print (hello world)’ and save or commit the changes. Pull request and check if the code is satisfying. Confirm merge pull request, and a new project is created in GitHub.
People can use GitHub to create anything from an application or a simple code. It is where people communicate via code or rediscover themselves from the feedback of others and create projects for work-related or self-satisfaction.