GIT Training

GIT training provides summary about the GitHub a web-based version control repository hosting service. It proposes all the distributed version control and source code management functionality of Git and by also adding its own features. 

GIT provides several partnership features such as bug tracking, feature requests, task management, and wikis for every project and also provides access control

2 Days

No prior experience with Git is required 

  • What is a Version Control System (VCS)?
  • Distributed vs Non-distributed VCS
  • What is Git?
  • Where did it come from?
  • Alternatives to Git
  • Cloud-based solutions (GitHub, Gitlab, Bitbucket etc.)
  • Obtaining Git
  • Installing Git
  • Common configuration options
  • GUI tools
  • Clone
  • Working Tree
  • Checkout
  • Staging area
  • Add
  • Commit
  • Push
  • Pull
  • Stash
  • Creating a repository (git init)
  • Checking status (git status)
  • Adding files to a repository (git add)
  • Committing files (git commit)
  • Removing staged files (git reset)
  • Removing committed files (git rm)
  • Checking logs (git log)
  • Creating a remote repository (git init)
  • Cloning repositories (git clone)
  • Update remote repository from the local (git push)
  • Update local repository from the remote (git pull)
  • What are Git Tags?
  • Listing tags
  • Lightweight tags
  • Displaying tag details (tag show)
  • Annotated tags
  • Checking out tags
  • Pushing tags
  • Pulling tags
  • What is a branch
  • A note about andlt; HEAD and gt;
  • Listing branches
  • Create new branch
  • Checkout branch
  • Pushing branches
  • Pulling branches
  • Fetching Changes (git fetch)
  • Rebasing (git rebase)
  • Git Pull
  • Different ways of using Git
  • Centralized
  • Feature Branch
  • Gitflow Workflow
  • Forking Workflow
  • What is Stashing?
  • Using Stash
  • Creating a branch from a Stash
  • Removing untracked files (git clean)
  • Remove staged changes (git reset)
  • Revert a commit (git revert)
  • Checkout a previous commit (git checkout)
  • Deleting a Branch
  • Fast forward merge
  • Three-way merge
  • Resolving merge conflicts
  • Cherry-Picking (git cherry-pick)
  • Aliases
  • Submodules
  • Patches
  • Hooks