Git uses the concept of branches to define different versions of the same code. In this video, learn how to create a branch using the GitLab UI.
- Hopefully, you're starting to feel comfortable … with the GitLab interface, and how to work … with issues and merge requests. … In the next chapter, we'll start working … with the continuous integration pipeline, … but we'll need something to actually test. … To do this, I'm going to open my project. … And I'll create another branch. … You can do this by clicking branches. … And click new branch. … And I'll call this one super hello, … for our advanced hello world. … And I'll click create branch. I'm going to edit this … Ruby file. Now, this isn't a Ruby course, … so I'll try to keep things pretty simple. … Just type in exactly what I type. … I'll try to simulate how this might work … if two or more people were collaborating … on this super hello project. To keep the video … moving along, we'll skip the issue merge request … work flow that we just covered, but in real life, … you'd probably be working from an issue back-log, … and passing around merge requests with your colleagues. …
- Navigating the GitLab interface
- Using GitLab for collaboration
- Merging requests
- Continuous integration and continuous delivery
- Creating and running a pipeline
- Deploying a project using GitLab
Skill Level Beginner
1. First Steps with GitLab
2. GitLab for Source Control
3. Continuous Integration
4. Continuous Delivery
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