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Adding an existing project to GitHub using the command line

Create New Repository drop-down

  1. Create a new repository on GitHub. To avoid errors, do not initialize the new repository with README, license, or gitignore files. You can add these files after you
    r project has been pushed to GitHub.
  2. Open Git Bash.
  3. Change the current working directory to your local project.

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Google Polymer [10 Google Polymer Tutorials – From Basic To Advanced]

Learn complete Google Polymer with these tutorial series that take you from beginner to advanced level.

Google Polymer has taken component-based software engineering to a whole new level. The Polymer library makes it faster and easier to build spectacular applications, and since it has been built on the Web Components, it provides us with new composability over the web.

If you are a fan of material design, then you might already know that Polymer played a key role in material design development. Although both Polymer and Material design are still “under development”, what has already been made available to designers and developers is nothing less than amazing. Thanks to Polymer, we don’t have to worry about browser support since Polymer provides us with a set of “polyfills” that are easily compatible with non-compliant browser.

Since this is a new-age technology that has added an interesting twist to development, it becomes crucial for every futuristic-minded programmer to learn whatever there is to know about Google Polymer.js. Here are a few resources that should help you on your way to mastering the Polymer.

Level Up Tuts Polymer Tutorial

Level UpTuts has always done a great job when it comes to “instructional documentation”. With the Polymer Tutorials you can start as a beginner by learning what Polymer is, how to install it, how to create your first element, and so on. Then you can move on to more complicated techniques such as binding and iteration, layout attributes, using core elements, and material designing with paper elements.
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