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Push your code to GitHub using Netbeans

I personally track much of my source code and documents through many private git repositories. These repositories are on my server but some of these projects are repositories that I also would like to share with the public via my public github account. Doing so is very easy for source code projects that use the Netbeans Integrated Development Environment (IDE). This is how it works:

  1. Log into your account
  2. Create a repository
  3. Click on the link to copy the git repository url to the clipboard
  4. With your Git project selected, navigate to “Team→Remote→Commit” to commit any current changes locally.
  5. With your Git project selected, navigate to “Team→Remote→Push…”
  6. Click on “Specify Git Repository”
  7. Paste the GitHub link of your repository into the “Repository URL” field.
  8. Enter your account information
  9. Select “Next→Finish” and your repository should be populated with your files!
how_to_push_your_code_to_github.txt · Last modified: 2015/09/23 20:46 by arwillis