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Intoduction to Git and GitHub

Defining Git?

Git is a widely popular version control system that was created by Linus Torvalds in 2005. It has been maintained by Junio Hamano since then.

Uses:

  • Keeping a track of changes related to code.
  • Tracking by whom are the changes.
  • Coding collaboration.

What does Git do?

  • Helps manage the projects with Repositories.
  • Make a clone of the project to work on a local copy.
  • Using staging and committing, it controls and tracks the changes.
  • Allows working on different parts and versions of a project by branching and merging.
  • Pull the latest version of the project to a local copy.
  • Local updates are pushed to the main project.

Working with Git

  • Makes it a repository through the initialization of Git on a folder.
  • To keep a check on the changes in that folder. Git creates a hidden folder.
  • When a file is changed, added, or deleted, it is categorized as modified.
  • The Staged files are Committed when prompted Git stores a permanent snapshot of the files.
  • Git helps to view the full history of every commit.
  • Provides reverting to any previous commit.
  • keeps track of changes made in each commit.

Why Git?

Git is used by approximately 70% of developers, reasons being:

  • Developers can collaborate from anywhere in the world.
  • Developers can view the full history of the project.
  • Developers can revert to earlier versions of a project.

What is GitHub?

  • Git is not similar to GitHub.
  • GitHub designs tools by using Git.
  • GitHub is the biggest host of source code and is owned by Microsoft since 2018.

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