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Explain how to save your code locally and remotely using GitHub repositories

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  • Explain how to save your code locally and remotely using github repositories.


Let's test your understanding of some fundamental concepts you learned in this part!  Remember, you can always go back and review the recaps at the end of each chapter!

  • Question 1

    Which of the following is true about code repositories?

    • It's a place to store your code with archiving capabilities.

    • It's a folder on a central server that is used to store project source code.

    • It's an advanced compiler for your code. 

    • It's a code editor that adapts to the language you are using.

  • Question 2

    What is the main difference between Git and GitHub?

    • Git is a storage area for your code, and GitHub installs software on your computer.

    • Git and GitHub are the same thing.

    • Git is a code repository, and GitHub is the versioning software.

    • Git is versioning software, and GitHub is the code repository.

  • Question 3

    Out of the following, what does Git's version control allow you to do? 

    Careful, there are several correct answers.
    • Save different archived versions of your project. 

    • Roll back to an earlier version of your project.

    • Allow a team to work simultaneously on a project.

    • Have both public or private repositories.