Tutorial by Topics: hub



A hub in VSTS is a section grouping the features based on similar functionality e.g. Code, Build etc. VSTS comes with a capability where we can extend the hubs by adding more functionalities related to current hub, making the hub more usable for the given scenario or requirement of functionality.
This documentation deals with the branch name of the git on the bash terminal. We developers need to find the git branch name very frequently. We can add the branch name along with the path to the current directory.

It starts to become difficult when we think clojurescript as a functionally pure language, that holds state for it UI components. It is simply, not possible.

However, it is possible to separate out individual components as well as their states. We can do it by storing data/state in reagent/atom. But when there are lots of states and lots of dependencies, things quickly become confusing and we start to wish for a out of the box solution for our state management. This is where re-frame comes in.

How to install and work with GitHub Desktop?

GitHub Desktop is -as the name implies- an desktop environment for Windows and MacOS which includes the main features of Git like cloning, pushing, pulling (sync in GitHub Desktop), merging...

The Desktop clients main purpose is to deliver an easier way of working with git (and GitHub). In the background it uses the same commands as most users would use from the commandline.

What are GitHub buttons? GitHub buttons are buttons that you can add to your website that redirects users to any repository that you like!


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