Repository: A GitHub Repository contains all the project files, and stores the history of each file.
Code View: The Code View is where you will find the files included in the repository, including the project source code, documentation, any license files, or readme, all of which is tracked through Git version control
License: File which allows for the source code to be used, modified, and/or shared under defined terms and conditions
Readme: A special file that explains the project. It may contain information on how to get started or contribute to the project.
Issues: A specific page that allows users to submit and track bugs and feature requests.
Pull Request: Represents a change, such as adding, modifying, or deleting lines of code, or whole files.
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