Android Studio and git

Android Studio and git

You can clone a git repository to Android Studio. Click the third option Check out project from Version Control and then select Git Now specify the repository, choose the directory you want to clone repository and click Clone. You can click Test if you want to test the connection to the repository If it a private repository you need to specify the username and the password. Click Log In Enable Version Control click VCS > Enable Version Control Integration. Now Select Git and click OK If Version Control tab is…

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HTML – Images and hyperlinks

HTML – Images and hyperlinks

img This element represents an image common properties: src – Path to the image, it can be on your server or on the web alt – alternate text which is a short description for the image. It is recommended because it provides information to the search engines. title – It is a tooltip, it appear when you hover the image with the mouse width & height – horizontal and vertical dimension. You need to adjust one of the two properties because the web browsers maintain the aspect ratio for the…

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git – branch PART 3

git – branch PART 3

Read Part 1 and Part 2. Git branch is a pointer to a snapshot of your changes, it represents the a series of commits. You should use it when you want to add a new feature or fix some bugs. Git branch is not a container for commits but a reference to commits. git branch – list branches git branch name – create a new branch git branch -d name – delete a branch git branch -D name – force delete a branch even if it has unmerged changes git…

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