• Post category:Udemy (June 2022)
  • Reading time:4 mins read


The best way to begin your journey with Git

What you will learn

Create, track and modify projects using Git

Integrate Git in your projects.

Understand how Git works

Master the essential Git workflow: adding & committing

Description

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency.

Git is easy to learn and has a tiny footprint with lightning fast performance. It outclasses SCM tools like Subversion, CVS, Perforce, and ClearCase with features like cheap local branching, convenient staging areas, and multiple workflows.

From web developers to app developers, Git is useful to anyone who writes code or track changes to files. So what’s it all about and why should you start using it?

What is Git?


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Git is the most commonly used version control system. Git tracks the changes you make to files, so you have a record of what has been done, and you can revert to specific versions should you ever need to. Git also makes collaboration easier, allowing changes by multiple people to all be merged into one source.

So regardless of whether you write code that only you will see, or work as part of a team, Git will be useful for you.

Git is software that runs locally. Your files and their history are stored on your computer. You can also use online hosts (such as GitHub or Bitbucket) to store a copy of the files and their revision history. Having a centrally located place where you can upload your changes and download changes from others, enable you to collaborate more easily with other developers. Git can automatically merge the changes, so two people can even work on different parts of the same file and later merge those changes without loosing each other’s work!

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Content

Introduction

Introduction

Basic Git Commands

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Part 2

Practicing Git Commands

Git Init
Git Add
Git Commit
Git Branch
Git Checkout
Git Ignore

Git Push

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Part 2

Git Full Project

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Part 10