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Turning In Assignments

Assigned homework appear in your issues repository on GitHub. Follow these steps to turn in, and get credit for your homework.

You should complete at least the tasks given for explorer mode as listed in the assignment before turning it in, as well as before attempting adventure or epic modes.

NOTE: All the following commands need to be run in your terminal and inside the project directory. You need to cd into the directory where your project exists.

Step 1: Commit your code to GitHub

Add all our work to git, and commit it:

git add .
git commit -m "Done with explorer mode."

NOTE : Please replace "Done with explorer mode." with a more meaningful message. It should try to capture what work you did.

Push our local commits to GitHub:

git push

Step 2: Deploy your code.

For unit-i and unit-ii we are using Netlify for hosting our websites. To deploy your page, run the command:

yarn deploy

This command runs the tools and commands to push your code to Netlify. Running this command deploys your code and gives you a URL that you should have on your GitHub repository.

Step 3: Turning your code in.

Once you have your code deployed and pushed to GitHub, go to the issue on our assignments repository in your web browser. As a comment, leave a link to the repository of your project and close the issue. To get the link to your repository, hub browse opens github.com with your repository URL loaded. Your assignment is not considered done until you close the issue.

After you have closed the issue, your instructor evaluates your work, and leave any comments. If deemed incomplete or unaccepted the instructor re-opens the issue with a list of items