In this course, you will learn :
- How Git and GitHub function.
- Discover the entire daily workflow used by most developers.
- Git can be installed on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
- Set up SSH for authentication.
- The process of cloning a GitHub repository.
- Create and use a GitHub remote repository.
- How to create your own GitHub repository.
- Making git branches
- GitHub staging, committing, and pushing files
- Looking through your Git history.
- Git can be accessed via the command line.
- How to Combine Git Branches
1. Git for Everybody
- Why the command line?
- Install Git (Windows)
- Install Git (MacOS and Linux)
- Getting stared with GitHub
- Configuring Git on your computer
- Creating and adding your SSH key
- How to clone a repository
- How to create a new GitHub repository
- How to push to your GitHub repository
- Git status
- Unstaging a file
- Undeleting a file
- Git origins and remotes
- Git branching
- Committing to a new branch
- Merging a branch into master
- Seeing your Git history
- Downloading updates from GitHub
- How to get updates from GitHub
- Checkout: code-time travel
- README.md files