Getting started with your first repository!
Navigate to your directory eg. => cd desktop
Start a new project by making a local repo => mkdir first_repository
Boot up/ initialise your new git repository for your project on your local machine => git init (this command makes whatever folder you are inside of your new git repository and version control starts, meaning you can use all the git commands within this folder)
Nb// any other folder that is not initialised will prompt .git fatal
Make changes or updates to your project eg. create new files. In my…
Steps to publish your first react app — Terminal
Prerequisites -install latest npm and node, create-react- app , login to your netlify account.
— — PS
Go to your netlify account, check your link, its a manual deploy where you rebuild and manually deploy.
Getting started with your first python project on vscode
Go to https://www.python.org/downloads/ — Download the latest version of Python3. Check python version on the terminal using the python3 — version command. Ps/ if you are into developing games download version 3.7.X , For python 3.8 you need a hack to install pygame.
1.Follow the installation prompts after download
2. cd <project>
3. launch your project on Vscode using code .
4.Install the python extension.
4. Go to the terminal on your project and create a virtual environment using python3 -m venv venv, Say yes to the prompt.
5.To activate use source ./venv/bin/activate
— — Happy Coding
Install arepl, kite, autodocstring extension
Install pytest, linting
Don’t upgrade pip , i.e dont run pip install — upgrade pip unless you know what you are doing.
— launch your terminal
7.open the Vscode terminal inside your react project/folder run npm start to start the development server.
— Happy Hacking!
First, Make sure you have a stable connection, You don’t know the trouble you’ll get into when some packages are missing. You’ll Thank me later :-)
2. Run sudo npm i -g expo-cli if you have configured your prefix well run npm i -g expo-cli as admin, Make sure…