Installing source code
In this video, we're going to install the source code for the case-study app for this course.
All the source code is hosted on a private server that I've given you access to when you enrolled.
The link to the server is above this video. So go ahead and open that up.
You can then sign in to the Git server using your Vue.js Developers credentials.
Once your in, select the PrintBay repo.
Make a fork
The first thing you need to do is make a fork of this repo. This ensures you can make changes to the source code and push them to your own remote repository.
The added benefit of having a fork is that if you ever get stuck and need help, you can always share the repository link with me or other students.
To create a fork, simply click the fork button and create it in you own namespace.
Once that's complete, click the Clone button to copy the repo URL.
Back in the terminal, go to the place on your system where you want to install the code, type
git clone, and then paste the URL.
$ git clone https://git.vuejsdevelopers.com/[your-name]/printbay
In the next video, we'll see how to load our source code in the Docker virtual environment.