Adding GitHub to Behance will allow businesses to easily share their work and collaborate with peers in the creative industry.
Adding GitHub to Behance is a great way to show potential employers or recruiters your work and the technologies you are familiar with. This is especially important if you are a software developer looking for a job.
GitHub is a platform for developers to collaborate on software development projects. It is a version control system, which means it tracks changes to files and documents over time. This helps developers keep track of their work and make sure they are up to date with their team members’ work.
Behance is a popular online portfolio platform. It allows professionals to showcase their work, network with other professionals, and even collaborate on projects.
Now that you understand why it’s important to add GitHub to Behance, let’s walk through the process of how to do it.
1. Log in to your GitHub account.
2. Click on the + icon in the top right corner and select New Repository.
3. Give your repository a name and click Create Repository.
4. Click on the Settings tab.
5. Under GitHub Pages, click Source and select master branch.
6. Copy the URL under GitHub Pages. This is the URL you will use to connect your GitHub repository to Behance.
7. Log in to your Behance account.
8. In the top right corner, click Settings.
9. Click Connected Services.
10. On the left side of the page, click GitHub.
11. Paste the URL you copied in step 6 into the GitHub Repository URL field.
12. Click Connect.
Now you have successfully connected your GitHub repository to your Behance account!
Adding GitHub to Behance is an essential step for any software developer looking to showcase their work and skills to potential employers or recruiters. It is also a great way to collaborate on projects with other developers. So go ahead and add your GitHub repository to Behance today!