Use GitHub with GitHub Desktop

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1- Principle of operation

To work with GitHub you need:
  1. Register an  GitHub account and create a repository (GitHub Repository).
  2. Install GitHub Desktop , an intuitive tool to manage Local Repository (local data repository).
  3. Configure to synchronize data with the GitHub  desktop onto Repository server.
See the illustration below:

2- Register GitHub account

First you need to register an GitHub account freely . You can go to the homepage of GitHub at:
Signing up for an account is simple, you just need to enter username/password and email address. After registrating, you need to activate your account from email.

3- Create GitHub Repository

After registration of GitHub account is completed , and log on. You can create a GitHub repository.
Repository is created.

4- Download & Install GitHub Desktop

GitHub Desktop is essentially a visual tool that allows you to manage the Local Repository on your computer.
To download GitHub Desktop, you access address:
Download Results:
After downloading, you need to install GitHub Desktop on your computer:
GitHub Desktop has been successfully installed.

5- Running GitHub Desktop

Log on GitHub Desktop to connect to your GitHub account.
Until this time on your computer does not have a Local Repository.

6- Connect GitHub and GitHub Desktop

First it is necessary to choose an empty folder as a location for the local data.
For example:
On GitHub Desktop, choose a Repository you created on GitHub in order to clone a copy at your local computer.
Now on GitHub ​Desktop, you will see a Local Repository has been created.
Copy some of your data files to the Local Repository:
Immidiately, GitHub Desktop recognises changes at Local Repository.
Enter comment and click Commit data.
The data file you can see on the Server:

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