Week two: Project Managment

GIT

Git is an open source and free distributed version control system, managment of changes to documents, computer programs, large websites and other collection of information.

Repository: Where Git stores the metadata and object database for your project. This is copied when you clone a repository from another computer.

Staging area: Is a file contained in your repository that stores information about what will go into your next commit.

Working directory: Single checkout of one version of the project, these files are pulled out of the database in your repository and placed on disk for you to use or modify


Source: Edureka





GIT configuration



First, i read and followed tutorials about GIT, GIT book and Eduardo's Chamorro tutorial. To setup GIT i followed this steps.

1. Download GIT for windows and install.
2. Then i opened Gitbash and add my Git username using the command
git config --global user.name "italoprat"
3. And configured my email address for uploading with this command
git config --global user.email"[email protected]"


4. Then i checked if i have and SSH key already:
cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
5. Generateed my SSH key:
ssh-keygen -t rsa -C "[email protected].ulima.edu.pe"
6. Saw my keygen:
cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
7. Then i copied my key with this command:
clip < ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub>



8. Fabcloud login, here I added the copied key to GIT on web version




Clone Repository

For the next step i created a folder and open Git bash here, lnking the folder to our GIT repository and used the next command:
git clone [email protected]:academany/fabacademy/2019/labs/cit/students/italo-samaniego.git


Web development

I needed a software to create my website, so i downloaded and tried Eclipse and Brackets, in my opinion the second one is easier to use, also with this program i can see changes in html code with live preview mode.



I learned the basis of html5 and css3 code watching tutorials and trying. So i find a a free template to use. You can find the template here: Bootstrap template


I started to modify the code, it was hard at the begining but with practice i catched the trick.


I was surprised when i saw how havies were the pictures i wanted to use, but i find a image resizer online, look the difference!

One more thing to do, upload my repository using the next commands:

"git add." to add the new files to git

"git pull" to download the last copy from the repository

"git commit -m nametoremember" to name your update

"git push" to upload the repository .





This is my local file

Problems

I had a problem with the login on fab cloud


Every time i tried to log in those messages appeared, but thanks to my local instructor, Alejandro and fab academy team it was solved!



At the end of the push, i didn't see my website, instead of this i saw a default template. Sure, i forgot to edit the .gitlab-ci.yml file


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