Version Control


All our projects reside in GitHub's welcoming embrace — the first thing you need to do is open a new GitHub account, if you haven't already.

Embracing GitHub

Our team showcases a perfect blend — some boldly command the command line, while others find comfort in GitHub Desktop.

  • For CLI aficionados, there's no need for an extra step — just make sure you're authenticated with GitHub, using a PA token.
  • You can download (opens in a new tab) GitHub Desktop and unleash your potential.

Creating Pull Requests

Once you've wrapped up your work on the feature branch and pushed it to origin, pay a visit to the repository and bask in the glow of this notification.

Pull Request

Then, click on Compare & pull request to grace your pull request with a fitting name and description.

Asking for Reviews


Merging the Pull Request


Once you've merged the pull request, please give the branch a ceremonious delete.

Removing the Repo's Entire History

When you're keen to publish a fresh package and say goodbye to the commit history, these steps hold the answer:

# Clone the repo (skip if you've already got a cloned repo)
git clone [email protected]:USERNAME/REPOSITORY.git
# Bid adieu to all local history
rm -rf .git
# Establish a new local repository
git init
## If your default branch is 'master,' boldly switch to 'main.'
git branch -M main
# Engage in a thorough addition
git add .
git commit -m "First commit"
# Launch historical annihilation on GitHub (irreversible)
git remote add origin [email protected]:USERNAME/REPOSITORY.git
git push -u --force origin main