In this example, we will use GitHub as the centralized location to synchronize our local repository and share with other users.
We will create a repository on GitHub. By default, GitHub has a free public repository; in my case, I pay a small monthly fee to host private repositories. At the time of creation, you can choose to create the license and the .gitignore file:
Once the repository is created, we can find the URL for this repository:
We will use this URL to create a remote ...