Author: Ferdinando SantacrocePublish On: 2016-10-25
Learn everything you need to take full control of your workflow with Git with this curated Learning Path – dive in and transform the way you work About This Book Master all the basic concepts of Git to protect your code and make it easier ...
Author: Ferdinando Santacroce
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Learn everything you need to take full control of your workflow with Git with this curated Learning Path – dive in and transform the way you work About This Book Master all the basic concepts of Git to protect your code and make it easier to evolve Filled with practical recipes that will teach you how to use the most advanced features of the Git system Harness the full power of the Git version control system to customize Git behavior, manipulate history, integrate external tools, and explore platform shortcuts Who This Book Is For This learning path is for software developers who want to become proficient at using the Git version control system. A basic understanding of any version control system would be beneficial. What You Will Learn Transport your work to a remote repository in a centralized manner Experiment with your code without affecting functional code files Explore some tools used to migrate to Git from other versioning systems without losing your development history Understand the Git data model and how you can navigate the database with simple commands Debug with Git and use various techniques to find faulty commits Customize Git behavior system-wide, on a per-user, per-repository, and per-file basis Master administering and setting up Git repositories, configuring access, finding and recovering from repository errors, and performing repository maintenance Chose a workflow and configure/set up support for the chosen workflow In Detail Git is one of the most popular types of Distributed Version Control System. Since its inception, it has attracted skilled developers due to its robust, powerful, and reliable features. Like most powerful tools, Git can be hard to approach for the newcomers. However, this learning path will help you overcome this fear and become adept at all the basic and advanced tasks in Git. This course starts with an introduction to version control systems before you delve deeply into the essentials of Git. This serves as a primer for the topics to follow such as branching and merging, creating and managing a GitHub personal repository, and fork and pull requests. You'll also learn how to migrate from SVN using Git tools or TortoiseGit and migrate from other VCSs, concluding with a collection of resources, links, and appendices. As you progress on to the next module, you will learn how you can automate the usual Git processes by utilizing the hook system built into Git. It also covers advanced repository management, including different options to rewrite the history of a Git repository before you discover how you can work offline with Git, how to track what is going on behind the scenes, and how to use the stash for different purposes. Moving forward, you will gain deeper insights into Git's architecture, its underlying concepts, behavior, and best practices. It gives a quick implementation example of using Git for a collaborative development of a sample project to establish the foundation knowledge of Git operational tasks and concepts. By exploring advanced Git practices, you will attain a deeper understanding of Git's behavior, allowing you to customize and extend existing recipes and write your own. This Learning Path is a blend of content, all packaged up keeping your journey in mind. It includes content from the following Packt products: Git Essentials, Ferdinando Santacroce Git Version Control Cookbook, Aske Olsson and Rasmus Voss Mastering Git, Jakub Narebski Style and approach Its step-by-step approach with useful information makes this course the ultimate guide to understanding and mastering Git. This course will show the road to mastery example by example, while also explaining the mental model of Git.
Learn the fundamentals of version control through step-by-step tutorials that will teach you the ins-and-outs of Git. This book is your complete guide to how Git and GitHub work in a professional team environment.
Author: Mariot Tsitoara
Learn the fundamentals of version control through step-by-step tutorials that will teach you the ins-and-outs of Git. This book is your complete guide to how Git and GitHub work in a professional team environment. Divided into three parts – Version Control, Project Management and Teamwork – this book reveals what waits for you in the real world and how to resolve the problems you may run into. Once past the basics of Git, you'll see how to manage a software project, and finally how to utilize Git and GithHub to work effectively as a team. You'll examine how to plan, follow and execute a project with GitHub, and then apply those concepts to real-world situations. Workaround the pitfalls that most programmers fall into when driving a project with Git by using proven tactics to avoid them. You will also be taught the easiest and quickest ways to resolve merge conflicts. A lot of modern books on Git don’t go into depth about non-technical topics. Beginning Git and GitHub will help you cover all the bases right at the start of your career. What You'll Learn Review basic and advanced concepts of Git Apply Project Management skills using GitHub Solve conflicts or, ideally, avoid them altogether Use advanced concepts for a more boosted workflow Who This book Is For New developers, developers that have never worked in a team environment before, developers with basic knowledge of Git or GitHub, or anyone who works with text documents.
It's important to see Git as something more than a version control system: Git is a content tracking system. This distinction, however subtle, guides much of the design of Git and is perhaps the key reason Git can perform internal data ...
Author: Jon Loeliger
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Version Control with Git takes you step-by-step through ways to track, merge, and manage software projects, using this highly flexible, open source version control system. Git permits virtually an infinite variety of methods for development and collaboration. Created by Linus Torvalds to manage development of the Linux kernel, it's become the principal tool for distributed version control. But Git's flexibility also means that some users don't understand how to use it to their best advantage. Version Control with Git offers tutorials on the most effective ways to use it, as well as friendly yet rigorous advice to help you navigate Git's many functions. With this book, you will: Learn how to use Git in several real-world development environments Gain insight into Git's common-use cases, initial tasks, and basic functions Understand how to use Git for both centralized and distributed version control Use Git to manage patches, diffs, merges, and conflicts Acquire advanced techniques such as rebasing, hooks, and ways to handle submodules (subprojects) Learn how to use Git with Subversion Git has earned the respect of developers around the world. Find out how you can benefit from this amazing tool with Version Control with Git.
Whether you're just starting out as a professional programmer or are an old hand, this book will get you started using Git in this new distributed world.
Author: Travis Swicegood
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
There's a change in the air. High-profile projects such as the Linux Kernel, Mozilla, Gnome, and Ruby on Rails are now using Distributed Version Control Systems (DVCS) instead of the old stand-bys of CVS or Subversion. Git is a modern, fast, DVCS. But understanding how it fits into your development can be a daunting task without an introduction to the new concepts. Whether you're just starting out as a professional programmer or are an old hand, this book will get you started using Git in this new distributed world.
Git Distributed Version Control A comprehensive introduction to Git peppered with many practical tips and tricks helping beginners to find a way to quickly understand and leverage the Git This books starts with an introduction into ...
Author: Lars Vogel
Publisher: Lars Vogel
This books starts with an introduction into distributed version control systems. It continues to describe the basic Git terminology and how you can configure your Git tools. As the book advances you learn how to connect to remote repositories and how to use branches and tags. The book covers merging and rebasing changes and provides all the necessary tips and tricks to use Git. It also covers the usage of the popular online Git hosting platforms GitHub or Bitbucket and describes typical Git workflows which are considered as good practice.
"Git version control gives developers the capability to manage, version, release, and share a code base, free from the nightmare of breaking code.
Author: Bibhash Roy
"Git version control gives developers the capability to manage, version, release, and share a code base, free from the nightmare of breaking code. With an enhanced workflow and a faster release cycle, it makes agile software development much easier. In this course you will learn how to use distributed version control to record changes to the project file system to optimize workflows. Git is a highly sought after skill when it comes to landing a programming job. However Git can be pretty useful even to non-programmers such as designers, authors, and so on. You'll learn how to configure your environment to use Git, exploring the inbuilt tools for migrating without losing code files. You'll explore the Git data model and how you can navigate through databases with simple commands. You'll debug your application with Git and use various techniques to find faulty commits. You'll also learn to go remote with your repository with GitHub, updating and cloning remote repositories. Then you'll set up your repositories in BitBucket cloud. You will set up your own Git repositories, configure access, find and recover from repository errors, and perform repository maintenance and troubleshooting. Finally you will work with centralized and distributed version control systems and see how to use Git to bring order to the chaos of collaborative software development. By the end of the tutorial you'll have figured out how to use Git, mastered workflows (from basic to open source), and adopted the one that fits your needs"--Resource description page.
Learn the basics of Git through detailed and easy to follow along screencasts. Start using Git today! This book is designed to cut academic theory to just the key concepts and focus on basics tasks in Git in order to be productive quickly.
Author: Jameson Garner
Learn the key concepts and basic workflow for Git with this easy to follow, top rated, bootcamp-style book! Learn the basics of Git through detailed and easy to follow along screencasts. Start using Git today! This book is designed to cut academic theory to just the key concepts and focus on basics tasks in Git in order to be productive quickly. Students can expect to learn the minimum needed to start using Git in less than an hour. Who this book is for: Anyone interested in using source control and specifically Git Software engineers, developers, and programmers new to Git
You'll also address modularity and duplication through submodules, tracing and rectifying faulty changes, and maintaining repositories. By the end of this book, you will have learned how to effectively deploy applications using GitHub.
Author: Alex Magana
Learn to create and enforce checks and controls for tracking, merging, and approval of changes in your source code Key Features Explore version control, its importance, and usage Learn to use Git individually and as part of a team Understand debugging, maintenance, and deployment with Git and GitHub Book Description Introduction to Git and GitHub begins with setting up and configuring Git on your computer along with creating a repository and using it for exercises throughout the book. With the help of multiple activities, you'll learn concepts that show various stages of a file--from when it is untracked to when it is set for tracking under version control. As you make your way through the chapters, you'll learn to navigate through the history of a repository, fetch and deliver code to GitHub, and undo code changes. The first half of the book ends with you learning to work with branches, storing and retrieving changes temporarily, and merging the desired changes into a repository. In the second half, you'll learn about forking as part of a collaborative workflow. You'll also address modularity and duplication through submodules, tracing and rectifying faulty changes, and maintaining repositories. By the end of this book, you will have learned how to effectively deploy applications using GitHub. What you will learn Understand and implement best practices in version control Explain the GitHub User Interface Understand what is Feature Branch Workflow and implement its features Use forking features, such as submodules and rebasing Master commands for debugging and maintaining a repository Implement continuous integration with CircleCi or TravisCi Gain insight into release management and how GitHub enables software releases Who this book is for If you want to migrate from other version control tools or want to learn more about Git, Introduction to Git and GitHub is for you. Prior experience in coding or familiarity with using the Bash command line interface will help you easily grasp concepts.
Learn everything you need to take full control of your workflow with Git with this curated Learning Path? dive in and transform the way you work About This Book Master all the basic concepts of Git to protect your code and make it easier to ...