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CouchDB and PHP Web Development Beginner's Guide by Tim Juravich

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Publishing your code to GitHub

Now that we've created our framework and all of the underlying code, we can push our code to any service provider that supports Git. In this book, we'll use GitHub.

You can create an account on GitHub by going to: https://github.com/plans. GitHub has a variety of plans that you can choose from, but I recommend you pick the free account, so that you don't have to pay anything at this time. If you already have an account, you can log in and skip the creation of a new account.

Publishing your code to GitHub

Click on Create a free account.

Note

It's important to note that, by choosing a free account, all of your repositories will be public. This means ...

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