Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git can really help your development, but it can be intimidating to set up and use.
Part 1 of this class was published last month.
In Part 2, Brian shows you how to move code between your work environment and the shared Git environment. You'll see how to use Github, Bitbucket and SSH keys. You'll learn to clone, push, move, merge, undo changes and much more.
An Introductory Video for Git and Version Control, Part 2
Outline of Git and Version Control, Part 2
- What are Remote Repositories?
- Generating an SSH Key
- Github and SSH Keys
- Setting Up a Repository on Github
- Add an Existing Repository on Github
- Connecting SourceTree to Github
- Creating an Account on BitBucket
- Creating Repositories on BitBucket
- Connecting SourceTree to BitBucket
- Cloning Remote to Production
- Pushing a Local Change
- Configure Git on a Remote Machine
- Safely Move from Dev to Live
- Quickly Move Dev to Live
- Managing Conflicts
- Undoing Recent Changes
- Undo Commits, Keeping Files Intact
- Undo Commits, Including Changes
- Reverting Commits
How to Take Git and Version Control, Part 2
If you're already an OSTraining member, you can click here to take Git and Version Control, Part 2.