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When to use GitHub, when to use BitBucket

This is always a bit of a hot topic, especially amongst teams just getting ready to start properly managing their code through remote repositories. Disclaimer: I’m only going to talk about GitHub and BitBucket in this article. If your code is your bread and butter, your only offering; you probably should consider hosting your repositories yourself. I’m also sticking with these two as they’re the most widely adopted. When should I use GitHub? GitHub can be found at github.com – shameless plug, my user on there is @johnothecoder Short answer: For anything/everything open source, or where you’d hope for community…

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Using Git to effectively manage your code

Hi everyone This time I thought I would give a quick insight into the ways which I have found to be best when working with Git. Especially if you’re in the position where you’ve never had to manage or decide the direction of how to use source control. I’m sure you all know the benefits of source control, whether Git or other, but I thought it would be worth highlighting them anyway: Structured, integrated development (that is, you can have multiple people working on the same project/release at any given time) Simplified deployments Easy way to track where your code…

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Setting up Private Packagist & BitBucket or GitHub

Hi all This is a really quick tutorial, because frustratingly I couldn’t find one that offered me this quick guide that had an integrated approach to doing this. I’m going to mostly cover the bits that I had to learn myself through Googling etc. in the hope that you won’t have to waste hours on Stack Overflow and so on trying to figure out how to get it working. I’ve used composer a million times, but always as a consumer, not as a publisher. Least of all as a publisher on private packages. This tutorial makes a couple of assumptions:…

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