Git - Why Remote Repositories

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Git - Why Remote Repositories?

  • To be able to collaborate on any Git project
  • A remote repository is generally a bare repository
  • A bare repository is the contents of your project's .git directory and nothing else.
  • A repository that has no working directory
  • Remote Repositories are only used as a collaboration point
  • Remote repositories are versions of your project that are hosted on the network or Internet.