Git / GitHub Beginners Bible™ – Master the Basics in 1 day!
If you are looking for a course that will help you master the basics of Git, you will love this Udemy Course! This course is designed for anyone who wants to understand source control and it’s need.
Throughout the course, you will understand the key concepts of Git and grasp techniques that will make you reinvent the way you develop and track data. You will perform tasks, answer quizzes and have hands-on experience with the most popular source control system,
Git originated from the father of Linux and has a user base of millions of developers.
This course does not require any prior experience with Git or GitHub and will help beginners get started with Git as quickly as possible or if you are an experienced user, it will help revise your basic concepts.
Introduction to Git
Welcome to the first lecture of this Git Course. Here is what you will be learning.
Learn why Git is needed and why do millions of developers use it around the world.
Get started by installing Git on your computers.
Before we begin, we need to setup Git according to our liking.
Learn more about GitHub, the most popular git repository sharing portal.
Take your first steps into the world of Git and create your first repository.
Need a quick status of your repository? This should help.
Add files to your repository and make sure Git knows about your changes.
Learn more about the feature that many people feel is the 'killer' feature of Git. Its branching model.
If you branch out, you also need to merge in.
Learn to solve conflicts like a pro!
Learn more about collaborating and working with shared repositories.
Pushing and Pulling to repositories makes sure you are up-to-date with their changes.
Git is a distributed system, with a lot of options to play around with. Discover different workflows and decide which one suits you best!
Want to add color to Git and personalize Git? Read on.
The staging area might seem a little dull. So let's make it interactive! Oh, also we go through the scary reset command.
The final steps, upload your repository to GitHub.