Cloning From GitHub

In the third video in our series, Trisha Gee and myself look at how you clone your own copy of a repository from GitHub.

This is really useful if you’d like to contribute to an open source project, or just work with GitHub in your daily life. It’s worth noting here that I use WebStorm and a JavaScript project, but that’s only because I wanted to feel hipster. Exactly the same process will work with PhpStorm and PHP projects.

As usual, let us know what you think in the comments, we’ll try and keep these coming if you like them.

— Gary and the PhpStorm Team

About Gary Hockin

Gary Hockin has been creating code to power web applications for 15 years, the last three of them at an extraordinary level. He is handsome, talented, funny and articulate, and also extremely modest. Gary is a valued contributor to Zend Framework 2 and is a member of the community review team. He's married and has two wonderful children, and when he's not coding, writing about code, speaking about code or reading about code, he can usually be found in the pub playing pool.
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