Set Up Your Nightscout Site–GitHub

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Set Up Your Nightscout Site--GitHub
Before you can create your Nightscout website, you need to create a GitHub account and make a copy (fork) of the Nightscout CGM-Remote-Monitor code. <a name="github"></a> <h2 class="page-content"><strong>Set Up GitHub</strong></h2> <ul> <li class="listPad">Create a free account at <a href="" target="_blank">Github</a>. You will see the following screen that confirms you have a free account: <a href=""><img class="wikiImage" src="" alt="github setup" width="150" height="150" /></a></li> <li class="listPad">Be sure and <span style="color: #ff0000;"><strong>write down your username &amp; password</strong></span>.</li> <li class="listPad">After creating your account and logging in, open the master repository by clicking here --&gt;<a href="" target="_blank">cgm-remote-monitor</a></li> <li class="listPad">Make a copy (<span class="redText">"Fork"</span>) of nightscout/cgm-remote-monitor to your own repository by clicking on the <span class="redText">Fork</span> button that appears top right <strong>OR</strong> click here to fork the repository --&gt;<a href=""><img src="" alt="fork" /> the cgm-remote-monitor</a></li> <li class="listPad">When prompted with '<strong><em>Where should we fork this repository?</em></strong>', select your <strong>@&lt;gitaccountname&gt;</strong>, and it will fork to your repository. (At the top of the page, you will now see <strong>&lt;gitaccountname&gt;/cgm-remote-monitor</strong> indicating you have your own copy forked from Nightscout.)</li> </ul> If you have already <a href="">created your mLab database</a>, you are now ready to <a href="">create your site in Azure</a> (or Heroku).

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October 15, 2016 @ 14:36:04 Amy Cowen