How to store the repository on GitHub?

Actually the question in the title. With simple html, css and js files clear. But say, what about the same Visual Studio with the file extension .cs creates a bunch of other for their work.

Silly question, but still want to hear the answers.
June 14th 19 at 19:06
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June 14th 19 at 19:08
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Silly question, but still want to hear the answers.
Regardless of whether You have Visual Studio or something else in the repository, in the normal scenario never remain including the following: files that the IDE generates or anything else, automatically; court includes a variety of "builds" (the result of the work of some collectors, etc.) that can be regenerated on another machine - the repository usually are not put.

In other words, the repository is usually stored that relates to the source code directly. That is, for example, downloaded by one command some external libraries, dependencies, etc. into the repository in the same way are not stored, usually.
Do I understand correctly that you need to manually specify file extensions that should be ignored? - reece_Abshire commented on June 14th 19 at 19:11
not extensions, but a mask. - sister58 commented on June 14th 19 at 19:14
They realised missed the point file .gitignore) - reece_Abshire commented on June 14th 19 at 19:17
have stumbled upon such a thing like add a license. How important is this item and how it affects the repository? - reece_Abshire commented on June 14th 19 at 19:20
it adds to the root of the project one of the open source licenses (GPL, BSD, MIT, Apache, etc.). Anything is not affected (unless there is a question about licensing), just allows you not to seek their own license text. - sister58 commented on June 14th 19 at 19:23

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