GIT –

By far, the most widely used modern version control system in the world today is Git. Git is a mature, actively maintained open source project originally developed in 2005 by Linus Torvalds, the famous creator of the Linux operating system kernel.

Developers who have worked with Git are well represented in the pool of available software development talent and it works well on a wide range of operating systems and IDEs (Integrated Development Environments).

Having a distributed architecture, Git is an example of a DVCS (hence Distributed Version Control System). Rather than have only one single place for the full version history of the software as is common in once-popular version control systems like CVS or Subversion (also known as SVN), in Git, every developer’s working copy of the code is also a repository that can contain the full history of all changes.

In addition to being distributed, Git has been designed with performance, security and flexibility in mind.

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1. What is GIT (Introduction)

2. GIT Installation on Windows/MAC
  • GIT global configuration
3.  GIT Architecture
  • What is working copy (workspace)
  • What is stage/index
  • What is local repo/branch

4. GIT first commit

  • Create new git hub account on git hub cloud
  • git init
  • git remote add origin
  • git add .
  • git add
  • git add <folder/dir>
  • git push origin master (push your first code to git repo at remote)
  • setup git username, email id and password
  • git authorization
  • Git Hub Overview
  • Git HUB – remote repo creation
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

5. GIT – 2nd commit

  • Add a new file
  • Update a file
  • Delete a file
  • add -> commit -> push it again to remote branch
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

6. GIT logs/history

  • git logs
  • git logs with various options
  • git logs with filters
  • git logs with different options
  • git view commit
  • check commit
  • check commit history
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

7. GIT diff

8. GIT blame/ GIT short log

9. GIT local branching process

  • Complete workflow
  • Deep understanding of stage/index and local repo
  • How to cut a feature branch
  • git checkout
  • git checkout vs git switch
  • git checkout with git branch
  • git branch (create a new branch)
  • git add . (add working copy objects to stage/index)
  • git add <file/folder>
  • How to commit a code
  • git commit -m
  • git push origin
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

10. PR (Pull Request) Process

  • What is PR (Pull Request)
  • git merge at remote side
  • PR – review 
  • PR – feedback
  • PR – request changes (rejected)
  • PR – mail notification
  • PR – approval
  • Update PR
  • PR transaction between developers
  • PR comments
  • PR best practices
  • Practical use cases of PR
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

11. GIT various branching commands:

  • Create branch
  • Delete branch
  • Branch list
  • Local branch list
  • Remote branch list
  • Checkout/Switch branch
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

12. GIT Clone vs GIT Fork

  • What is git clone
  • How to clone
  • Why to clone
  • Import cloned repo to current working copy in editor (eclipse, IntelliJ)
  • Git forking process
  • How to fork any repo at remote side
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

13. GIT Local Merge

  • Git local merge use cases
  • git merge
  • git merge master to feature branch
  • git merge feature to master branch
  • git merge best practices
  • git merge and no merge branches
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

14. GIT Tag and Releases

  • What is tag
  • What is release
  • How to tag a git commit with a specific version
  • How to push the tag to remote
  • How to create various tags for different features in your project
  • How to create a release version from the specific tag
  • How to create a latest release from tag at remote side
  • Release notes
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

15.  GIT Fetch vs PULL

  • What is git pull
  • What is git fetch
  • Diff between fetch and pull
  • Why git pull = git fetch + merge
  • Practical example of git fetch and git pull
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

16. GIT Merge vs Rebase

  • What is actual merge
  • git merge and how it works
  • git merge with visual design diagrams
  • git rebase
  • git rebase with visual design diagrams
  • Main diff between merge and rebase
  • When to use git merge and rebase
  • Best practices
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

17. GIT Cherry-Pick

  • What is cherry-pick
  • How to perform cherry-pick merge from master to feature branch
  • How to perform cherry-pick merge from feature to master branch
  • Why cherry-pick is popular
  • Cherry-pick practical examples
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

18.  GIT Stash

  • What is stash
  • How to perform git stash
  • git stash
  • git stash pop
  • git stash list
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

19. GIT Merge Conflict

  • What is conflict
  • Why do we get conflict
  • Merge conflict with git stash
  • Merge conflict with git pull
  • Merge conflict with various use cases
  • How to understand git conflict
  • How to resolve git conflict
  • How to check git conflicts in editor
  • Stash changes in merge conflict
  • Latest pull changes in merge conflict
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

20. GIT Aliases

  • What is git alias
  • How to create custom global git alias
  • Various shortcut alias examples
  • git log alias
  • git checkout alias
  • git status alias
  • git switch branch alias
  • git commit log alias
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

21. Comparing two commits

  • Comparing two commits using git diff
  • Practical example of git diff to compare various commits in local 
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

22. GIT Reset

  • What is git reset
  • git reset options
  • git –soft reset
  • git –mixed reset
  • git –hard reset
  • git reset workflow
  • git reset design
  • How to delete a commit history
  • How to delete a file from stage
  • How to delete a commit history from local repo
  • How to delete a commit history from local repo and delete file from stage
  • Un-stage a file
  • How to delete a file from working copy using git hard reset
  • git force push to remote
  • Reset remote changes
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

23.  GIT Revert

  • What is git revert
  • How to perform git revert
  • Diff between git reset and git revert
  • Practical Implementation with live examples

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