What you would learn in Git Tutorial with Tortoise Git Tool course?
This is a Complete Git tutorial course with Tortoise Git Tool.
This course is designed to help every computer user and any IT employee who wants to be IT.
This course will be beneficial to know what Git is and how it functions using the tortoise, Git Tool.
This Course can help to comprehend the practical IT business work.
This course is intended to provide a complete introduction to Git and source control. No previous knowledge or experience is required; however, students are expected to leave with solid knowledge and practical experience of Git and the related sources control concepts.
Latest Course Changes
Updates and Errata section added the Updates as well as Errata section
Added Tagging section
The Course Outline
Course Overview and Introduction introduces this course and its Git sources control method, and it will set the scene for the remainder of the course.
Following our introductions, we will do the very first thing we'll do is install Git to equally Windows or Mac.
Rapid Introduction is a short (15 minutes) and hands-on introduction Git. It starts by sign-up to GitHub by making a repository and then creating a local copy (clone) locally, making local modifications (add/commit), and finally changing GitHub by pushing our changes (push).
Then, in the Basic Commands, We go through the essential commands required to begin an entirely new project that is managed by Git (or allow Git in your existing projects) through the process of making commits. This includes standard actions on files like deletion and moving files. We also discuss the steps to prevent unintentional files from being committed and the best way to check the history of your repository.
With a solid base in place and a solid foundation in place, we can explore ways to create comparisons within Git, which includes all the different local states that exist between commits and between remote and local repositories.
We pay a lot of attention to merging and branching with Git. The first step is to go through the primary "happy path" and learn about "Fast-Forward" merges and how to manage these. We then go through the standard "automatic" merges. Then, we create problems on purpose to resolve conflicts with the visual merging tool.
With a solid understanding of merging and branching and merging, we'll then move on to an even more complicated topic: the process of rebasing. In this section, we'll cover various Rebasing examples and how to deal with conflicts with rebase.
In the stashing area, we keep the work in progress while attending to urgent issues. We then resume the place we left off following that.
New: In the Taggingsection, we will mark significant milestones or releases in our project. We also utilize these tags later to evaluate the differences between milestones of importance and explore the use of tags inside GitHub.
Each tool comes with the ability to install and set up sections to ensure that no one is left unattended.
Contents of the Course
Presentations offer audio and video training on concepts. Since a small percentage of people prefer slide-ware presentation slides, presentations of slides are limited to an absolute minimum.
Complete Git training from the basics to advanced.
Git Operation with Tortoise Git Tool.
Industry-level and real-world practical
A Job Ready Git-Tutorial
Know the way Git is working behind the scenes.
Utilize remote and local repository
Git Clone Git Commit, Git Merge, other operations
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