Major GIT commands with examples

If you are just getting started with git then you could easily get lost in the maze of all the different available commands. A more useful approach, perhaps, is to concentrate on a core of major git commands, which will allow you to complete some useful work while gradually adding more commands to your git
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GIT Log for dummies

As your project becomes more complex and includes more branches and features, you will probably use the commit command more often to save iterations of your work. You will then want to find a way to keep track of all of these features and commits, understanding the changes adopted with each one. Put simply, the
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Tutorial: how to create a repository in Github

GitHub is an extraordinarily powerful online source code management (SCM) system and version control platform. It provides a system where users can store their project and collaborate on them with colleagues; working together without any danger of their changes being overwritten or deleted. Just because it is powerful, however, doesn’t mean it needs to be
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Github: guide for beginners

If you are at all concerned with version control and/or collaborative projects then you’ve probably heard of this platform. If you haven’t, you should because it is something that could help you a lot. What is GitHub? Github is a lot of things. You may have heard about it in the context of being a
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Git Reference

GIT REFERENCE: most important and commonly used Git commands Git has been around as a source code and revision control management system since being developed in 2005 by Linus Torvalds for the Linux kernel. It was designed for speed after Torvalds realized that other commercially available systems would not scale to the demands of Linux
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Git Vocabulary

GIT is a distribution revision control and source code management system designed to handle projects with emphasis on efficiency and speed. It is easy to learn and has tiny footprints with fast performances. GIT has features like convenient staging areas, cheap local branching and multiple workflows. GIT Terms and Meanings GIT comes with extensive documentation.
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