Get started using GitHub AE to manage Git repositories and collaborate with others.
Set up Git→
At the heart of GitHub AE is an open source version control system (VCS) called Git. Git is responsible for everything GitHub AE-related that happens locally on your computer.
Create a repo→
To put your project up on your enterprise, you'll need to create a repository for it to live in.
Fork a repo→
A fork is a copy of a repository. Forking a repository allows you to freely experiment with changes without affecting the original project.
Follow GitHub flow to collaborate on projects.
You can interact with people, repositories, and organizations on GitHub. See what others are working on and who they're connecting with from your personal dashboard.
Communicating on GitHub→
You can discuss specific projects and changes, as well as broader ideas or team goals, using different types of discussions on GitHub AE.
This glossary introduces common Git and GitHub terminology.
This Git cheat sheet is a time saver when you forget a command or don't want to use help in the CLI.
Git and GitHub learning resources→
There are a lot of helpful Git and GitHub AE resources on the web. This is a short list of our favorites!