That was a lot. Here is a quick version of the workflow.
1. Read the Instructions
2. Open the terminal
lscan list files and directories in your current location
cd <directory-name>changes your location to the named directory
mkdir <directory-name>creates a new directory
3. Go to GitHub
- Fork the repo
- Clone the repo to your computer
4. Open Visual Studio Code
- Open your new repo
- Open the terminal - make sure you are in your project directory
- Run the command:
- Write your code
- Run your code often to check your progress
- Save your changes
5. Push up to GitHub
- In the terminal run the following commands:
git add .
git status- make sure you added things you wanted
git commit -m "with a message"