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Account and profile / Profiles / Customizing your profile /

Personalizing your profile

about yourself, you can also use a profile README. For more information, see "Managing your profile README." Note: If you have the activity overview

Codespaces / Setting up your project / Setting up your repository /

Setting up a template repository for GitHub Codespaces

Codespaces." Describe your template If you don't have one, create a README for your template repository to describe the purpose of your template and

GitHub Actions / Creating actions /

Dockerfile support for GitHub Actions

Dockerfile, follow these guidelines: Document required arguments in the action's README and omit them from the CMD instruction. Use defaults that allow using the

Codespaces / Developing in a codespace /

Getting started with GitHub Codespaces for machine learning

option "installJupyterlab": true. For more information, see the README for the python feature, in the devcontainers/features repository. Configuring

GitHub Packages / Learn GitHub Packages /

Introduction to GitHub Packages

"Working with a GitHub Packages registry." You can view a package's README, as well as metadata such as licensing, download statistics, version history

Codespaces / Setting up your project / Adding a dev container configuration /

Setting up a Java project for GitHub Codespaces

details, see https://aka.ms/devcontainer.json. For config options, see the // README at: https://github.com/devcontainers/templates/tree/main/src/java { "name":

Codespaces / Setting up your project / Adding a dev container configuration /

Setting up a C# (.NET) project for GitHub Codespaces

details, see https://aka.ms/devcontainer.json. For config options, see the // README at: https://github.com/devcontainers/templates/tree/main/src/dotnet { "name":

Codespaces / Setting up your project / Adding a dev container configuration /

Setting up a PHP project for GitHub Codespaces

details, see https://aka.ms/devcontainer.json. For config options, see the // README at: https://github.com/devcontainers/templates/tree/main/src/php { "name":

REST API /

Quickstart for GitHub REST API

install octokit. For other ways to install or load octokit, see the Octokit.js README. Import octokit in your script. For example, import { Octokit } from "octokit";

Search on GitHub / Searching on GitHub /

Searching code (legacy)

subdirectories. Qualifier Example path:/ octocat filename:readme path:/ matches readme files with the word "octocat" that are located at the root level