Learning Git and GitHub

Learning Git and GitHub

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 1h 52m | 279 MB

Version Control lets you manage changes you’ve made to files over time, and is an essential skill for developers to master. Git is by far the most popular version control system on the web. In this fast-paced course, Ray Villalobos shows you the fundamental commands that you need to work with most Git projects. He explains how to use checkpoints called commits, which let you leave messages documenting what happened at each checkpoint, as well as how to create branches that are alternate versions of your project that you can work on without changing the original. Plus, he shows how to work with the popular GitHub website to explore existing projects, clone them to your local hard drive, and use them as templates for your new projects.

Table of Contents

1 Travel the multiverse with Git and GitHub
2 Exercise files

1. Working with Git
3 git stash and git clean commands
4 What is Git
5 Installing Git and requirements
6 Understanding Git environments
7 Ignoring files
8 Deleting and renaming files
9 Differences
10 Changing history
11 Branches
12 Merge conflicts

2. Working with GitHub
13 GitHub
14 Pushing to GitHub
15 GitHub options
16 Pull requests
17 Organizing projects
18 Syncing GitHub

19 Next steps