In this video, learn how to create branches and make commits using the command line.
- [Instructor] Let's take a quick moment … to discuss what just happened. … Now we created a file, we made a change … and then we needed to add that change to this staging area … and then we committed and pushed the change to GitHub. … You may be wondering why we needed to run Git Add … or what this staging area is all about. … Well, when working with Git, … the files being tracked by Git in your project … can be in one of three states: … this working, staging or history. … Understanding how these states work together … is probably the most important thing to understand … about working with Git. … Moving changes from working to staging and then to history … is often referred to as this two-stage commit. … When you open up a file, … make some changes to it and then save that file, … this file has now been modified … and Git places this version of the file … in this first state called the working directory. … This is a work-in-progress state. … You can think of it as a sandbox environment …
- What is GitHub?
- The GitHub workflow
- Using the command line
- Creating branches
- Making a commit
- Creating and merging pull requests
- Working locally with GitHub Desktop
- Creating a new project
- Moving the project to GitHub
- Working with teams on GitHub
- Creating task lists
- Formatting text
Skill Level Beginner
Git Essential Training: The Basicswith Kevin Skoglund2h 55m Beginner
Using lab.github.com2m 13s
1. The Basics of Working on GitHub
2. Working Locally with the Command Line
3. Working Locally with GitHub Desktop
4. Moving Your Project to GitHub
5. Working with Others on GitHub
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