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Github - what is the difference between a repository and a project?

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Nikki
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Hi :)

I'm starting my adventure with programming and set up an account on github, but I'm not sure what is the difference between a repository and a project. Is there a separate repository for each project? Or should I create one repository and several different projects in it?

Thanks for your help: D

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Answered by:
Nikki
9890

One project = one repository

 

The best is to imagine that each repository is a separate folder where you keep files for one specific project.

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Answered by:
Nikki
9890

In simple way, we can say:

Project (in computer) - set of organized informations as files that describe some work with easy access to them (e.g. Web Site, Computer Program).

Repository - is place where files / projects that are stored to keep history of changes and protect them (they can be archived to reduce size).

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