The course offers a comprehensive exploration of Git and GitHub, covering everything you need to know to effectively manage your code and collaborate with others. The course begins with an introduction to Git and the version control system, guiding you through the installation and setup process. You will learn how to configure Git and get familiar with the basic commands and lifecycle, enabling you to commit changes and push them to your GitHub repository.
Branching is a crucial aspect of Git, and the course provides a comprehensive introduction to branches. You will learn about feature branches, how to pull changes from other branches and merge branches seamlessly. Additionally, you will gain a deep understanding of merging conflicts and acquire valuable techniques for resolving them effectively. The course dives into advanced Git concepts, including an in-depth exploration of Git rebase and its difference from merging. You will learn to handle rebase merge conflicts and understand when to use merge or rebase based on the situation.
You will gain mastery over Git commands such as Git checkout, clone, and reset, enabling you to navigate through repositories, clone both your own and other repositories and manage your code history effectively. By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge and skills to confidently utilize Git and GitHub, empowering you to take your version control practices to the next level.
What You Will Learn
- Understand version control systems and the Git workflow
- Learn basic Git commands such as add, status, commit, push, and pull
- Understand branching and merging code in Git
- Learn to work with GitHub and manage Git repositories
- Learn to use pull requests to collaborate on open-source projects
- Learn to optimize Git workflow for performance
This course can be taken by individuals who have little to no prior knowledge of web development and want to start from scratch to learn the concepts and principles. Anyone interested in learning Git and GitHub can take this course.