When this news came across I only had to think of MSFT's prior acquisitions to think this may not end well. As the song goes " Should I Stay or Should I Go"?

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Hello i just started to use Ionic and i have some questions. First of all i downloaded an existing ionic project on GitHub to start. I do these commands and works fine. $ git clone https://github.com/srinivastamada/ionic-restful-authentication.git $ cd ionic-restful-authentication $ npm install $ ionic serve The project starts at localhost:8100 as wanted. I understand that the files are on a cloud and the database too, right? When i download the files how can i use them so i may do some changes? I Mean i type in commands on NODE.JS command prompt? The tutorial says that uses PHP-Restful-Api https://github.com/srinivastamada/PHP-Slim-Restful to …

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I'm creating my first github repo in C# (compatability has only just been added), and I'm really unsure of how to structure my project. I know that many languages have folders like: /src /builds though i'm not sure how this would apply to C#. There's this C# project, although it looks quite messy, and I'm not sure whether this is appriopriate.

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Hi i was facing merge conflict problem from few days. I tried to get conflict file from remote i.e theirs . But i was failed to get remote conflict file to edit . So i removed all the files in local and tried to push the empty folder which contains only .git folder files. Its updated in bitbucket but it is not getting updated on remote server aws. Still i was facing merge conflict issue. How can i over come this issue. If anyone know about this issue let me know.Thankks in advance

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Hey, there guys. I am working a Twitter library which can perform several tasks. If you can fork the repo and contribute I would love it :) https://github.com/itsnauman/Twoooly-For-Twitter

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Hi I am facing a problem lately regarding merging our code from staging to production so I thought to seek some help from the experts :) We are using GITHUB for our projects. We have two different environment i.e. "staging" where we do our development and perform test etc, and "production" where we have our application for our users. Both of these are on GITHUB where "production" is the "master" and "staging" is in a "branch" under it. Now, all our developers work on diff modules and they add the code into "staging", all is fine till here, the problem …

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Hi Everyone! Just wondering: how many people here use [URL="http://github.com/"]GitHub[/URL]? I've been on it for maybe half a year now and I find it quite useful. What experience do you guys have with git? Cheers, xfbs

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I didn't realy know where to put this post, so please bear with me... I'm starting a new project with two friends of mine using github for code-hosting (and of cause git for version controll). Also I'm using lighthouse for bugtracking. Github has a nice and fully integrated post-receive hook for lighthouse that whenever I push to github it tells lighthouse about the update (gives it the revision-number and such). Now here beginns the trouble. For authentication the post-receive hook at github uses a token to "tell" lighthouse "who it is" that is updating, which means that whenever I push …

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