Git Command Line Snippets: Create Release
Aug13

Git Command Line Snippets: Create Release

This post is part of the series on Git Command Line Snippets where I am taking a look at performing actions on GitHub using the git command line. Once changes have been added, committed and pushed to the repository, we can create a release. When developing for ClassicPress, there is also a need to upload a release zip which is used for deployment to a ClassicPress site. Unfortunately, this… Continue Reading azurecurve’s...

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Git Command Line Snippets: Add, Commit and Push Changes
Aug07

Git Command Line Snippets: Add, Commit and Push Changes

This post is part of the series on Git Command Line Snippets where I am taking a look at performing actions on GitHub using the git command line. There are three steps required to add your changes to a GitHub repository: Add Commit Push Fistly, you need to add your changes; it is possible to only add specific files, but in my case I always want to add everything; this command will add all… Continue Reading azurecurve’s...

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Git Command Line Snippets: Choose Repository
Aug06

Git Command Line Snippets: Choose Repository

This post is part of the series on where I am taking a look at performing actions on GitHub using the git command line. I am new to working with the git command line so have spent a bit of time reading articles. One thing a lot of them say is to “choose your repository” and then tell you to run commands. When I was doing this it was a bit late and I’d been working all day (getting my excuse… Continue Reading...

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Git Command Line Snippets: Update Name and Email
Jul31

Git Command Line Snippets: Update Name and Email

This post is part of the series on Git Command Line Snippets where I am taking a look at performing actions on GitHub using the git command line. Before you start using Git you need to enter your credentials to identify yourself as the author. The name and email address should both be set to the same as the ones you use in GitHub. To set your username you can use this command: git config… Continue Reading azurecurve’s...

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Git Command Line Snippets: Series Index
Jul30

Git Command Line Snippets: Series Index

Back in April 2020, I did a series on using GitHub when developing for ClassicPress. More recently I have started to take a look at using the git command line to help automate making commits, releases and other actions. I’ m going to use this git snippets series to record the commands I have been using. You can use an ordinary Windows command prompt or PowerShell to run git commands; I started… Continue Reading...

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Git Training | Git Online Certification Course | Introduction To Git | What Is Git – MindMajix – YouTube
Apr14

Git Training | Git Online Certification Course | Introduction To Git | What Is Git – MindMajix – YouTube

This MindMajix Video on Git Training for both freshers and experienced will help to advance your skills for a successful career in this domain. By completing this Git Course Training you will be able to know various aspects of Git source control system, workflow, manage files with Git, and more related source control concepts. 🔥 To learn course Enroll here **Git Training : **https://mindmajix.com/git-training ** Git Interview...

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Using Git with 1 Package
Apr01

Using Git with 1 Package

Submitted by Nathan Clouse on 04/01/22. Using Git with 1 Package When using Git for F&O, there are 2 basic flavors of using it; with 1 package or more than 1 package. This post will cover how to setup Git for use with 1 package. To learn out to create a Git repo in Azure DevOps, please refer to MSFT documentation. To learn how to create a repo on Github, please refer to GitHub… Continue Reading Nathan Clouse’s Article...

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GIT ALM Field Guide
Apr01

GIT ALM Field Guide

Using Git rather than TFVC, a field guide. This collection of works will help you with moving from using TFVC to using Git for your x++ development. This page will have several chapters linked as they are published. However, how do you know which is the best fit for you, your team, your organization or your project? Let’s take an inventory. You If you’re reading this, I assume you’re… Continue Reading Nathan...

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Using Git with More than 1 Package
Mar26

Using Git with More than 1 Package

Submitted by Nathan Clouse on 03/25/22. Tags:  Git Source Control Want to use Git with more than 1 Package? Let’s review. The process to get Git working with F&O can be a little involved and it may not make sense the first time. The issue we’re presented with is that Git assumes you are starting with nothing – a… Continue Reading Nathan Clouse’s Article on their blog Using Git with More than 1...

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Top 60 Git Interview Questions And Answers | Best DevOps Interview Preparation [Git Real-Time IQ] – YouTube
Sep07

Top 60 Git Interview Questions And Answers | Best DevOps Interview Preparation [Git Real-Time IQ] – YouTube

This Git Interview Questions and Answers video includes all the frequently asked Interview questions that give you an idea to crack your Git interview smartly. These Interview questions are curated by experts and will help you to brush up your knowledge in Git. This video session is designed for both beginners and professionals who want to prepare for a Git Interview. 🔔 Subscribe to our channel to get video updates. MindMajix Time to...

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Git 101 – Why use Git, and how to get started – YouTube
Mar30

Git 101 – Why use Git, and how to get started – YouTube

Have you ever had a scenario where you need to maintain versions of a set of files? Or have you needed to collaborate on files with colleagues in some way? That’s a common scenario for developers, infrastructure engineers or data scientists/developers. It’s an increasingly common problem. Some people solve this using file shares or FTP Servers with numerous files, v1, v2, v2-final, but that doesn’t scale and is quite...

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How does Git work behind the scenes? – YouTube
Mar24

How does Git work behind the scenes? – YouTube

Have you ever wondered how Git works behind the scenes? We’ll go ahead, initialise an empty folder as a Git repository and explore the .Git folder that is created. Like this episode? Please like the video and subscribe to the channel. Listen in on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/CloudWithChris CloudWithChris.com – https://www.cloudwithchris.com Google Podcasts –...

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Introducing and Setting up Git LFS (Large File Storage) – YouTube
Mar23

Introducing and Setting up Git LFS (Large File Storage) – YouTube

Have you ever considered storing large binary files in your Git repositories? There are times where you may want to do this, e.g. for my podcast cloudwithchris.com to store my podcast files. Git LFS is an extension to Git which replaces large files with text pointers inside Git. Listen in to find out why you should care, how it works and what it is! Like this episode? Please like the video and subscribe to the channel. Listen in on...

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Nathan Clouse – D365FO, GIt and ALM, deliver more faster – YouTube
Mar04

Nathan Clouse – D365FO, GIt and ALM, deliver more faster – YouTube

We’ll discuss how to switch and/or start using Git to back your next code repo for D365FO along with process changes to delivery more code faster source

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GitHub Actions and Azure – Source Controlling our Code using Git | Cloud with Chris – YouTube
Nov29

GitHub Actions and Azure – Source Controlling our Code using Git | Cloud with Chris – YouTube

Want to automate your application deployments into Azure? Heard about Git, GitHub or GitHub actions want to find out more? I’m starting a new series on how you can use GitHub Actions to deploy your applications into Azure! Interested? Then stick around to find out more. Listen in on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/CloudWithChris CloudWithChris.com – https://www.cloudwithchris.com Google Podcasts –...

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MicroBlog – Filename too long in Git? Enable Long path support
Nov17

MicroBlog – Filename too long in Git? Enable Long path support

Just a quick blog about an issue I hit when assigning an Azure Policy via AzOps for Enterprise Scale. When you configure a layered Management Group Structure in Azure for Enterprise Scale, you can go to 6 levels in depth, however when it comes to storing Policy Definitions and Assignments the file name length can … Continue reading MicroBlog – Filename too long in Git? Enable Long… Continue Reading jonnychipz’s...

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Git Merge Conflict Tutorial | Resolving Merge Conflicts In Git | Intellipaat – YouTube
Oct29

Git Merge Conflict Tutorial | Resolving Merge Conflicts In Git | Intellipaat – YouTube

🔥 Intellipaat Git course: https://intellipaat.com/git-github-training/ Webinar Registration Link: https://intellipaat.com/academy/webinars/ #GitMergeConflictTutorial #ResolvingMergeConflictsInGit #GitMergeConflict #GitTutorial #Git #DevOps #DevOpsTools #DevOpsTraining #GitIntellipaat #DevOpsCourse #DevOpsCertification #Intellipaat 📌 Do subscribe to the Intellipaat channel & get regular updates on videos:...

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How to Learn GIT | What is GIT and How to use it | GIT Tutorial for Beginners | Intellipaat – YouTube
Sep04

How to Learn GIT | What is GIT and How to use it | GIT Tutorial for Beginners | Intellipaat – YouTube

🔥 Intellipaat Git course: https://intellipaat.com/git-github-training/ Webinar Registration Link : https://intellipaat.com/academy/webinars/ In this ‘how to learn GIT IN 60 Minutes you will learn what is git, why do we use it , about git hub and the various git commands that we use in a day to day life #HowToLearnGIT #WhatIsGITandHowToUseIt #LearnGIT #GITtutorialForBeginners #DevOpsTool #GITtraining #DevOpsCourse...

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DevOps Tools Training | DevOps Tools | What is GIT | What is Jenkins | Intellipaat – YouTube
Aug26

DevOps Tools Training | DevOps Tools | What is GIT | What is Jenkins | Intellipaat – YouTube

Intellipaat DevOps course: https://intellipaat.com/devops-certification-training/ In this DevOps Tools Training Video you will learn about the various DevOps Tools and You will understand What is GIT, What is Jenkins and What is Devops, How does DevOps Life cycle works. More over this DevOps Tools Training Helps you in clearing your DevOps Interviews #DevOpsToolsTraining #DevOpsTools #WhatIsGIT #WhatIsJenkins #DevOpsTraining...

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Staging and Git
Jun29

Staging and Git

Submitted by Nathan Clouse on 06/29/20. Tags:  Git ALM A simple gotcha when woring with Git Evaldas Landauskas asked a question on some missing code when using Git so I thought I’d walk through a common “gotcha” when using Git, if you’ve not had this issue before. First, we’re going to start with this repo: 

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Moving from TFVC to Git in AZDO
Jun03

Moving from TFVC to Git in AZDO

Submitted by Nathan Clouse on 06/02/20. Tags:  TFVC TFS Git Moving from TFVC to GIT in Azure DevOps is easy! I have some TFVC code repo in Azure DevOps that I would like to move to use Git. We’re going to walk through the process of moving code from TFVC to Git on a single dev machine.  First,… Continue Reading Nathan Clouse’s Article on their blog Moving from TFVC to Git in AZDO Moving from TFVC to GIT in Azure...

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Introduction to GIT and Docker | DevOps Tools | Intellipaat – YouTube
May30

Introduction to GIT and Docker | DevOps Tools | Intellipaat – YouTube

🔥Intellipaat Devops training course: https://intellipaat.com/devops-certification-training/ 🔴 Webinar Registration Link : https://intellipaat.com/academy/webinars/ #introductionToGit #introductionToDocker #DevOpsTools #DockerTutorialForBeginners #DevOpsTraining #DevOpsTutorial #DevOpsDocker #Docker #GITtutorial #DockerTutorial #DockerTraining #intellipaat 📌 Do subscribe to Intellipaat channel & get regular updates on videos:...

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Tip: Octopus Merges in Git
May21

Tip: Octopus Merges in Git

If you occasionally glance at my blog you might have noticed that I am a big fan of pull requests as served up by Azure DevOps (exhibit A). I briefly described our typical branching strategy here, including how and why we use pull requests. I love it. Writing, testing and reviewing discrete pieces of development independently of one another helps spread the work around the team and prevent… Continue Reading james’s Article...

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DevOps Course | DevOps Git | DevOps Docker | DevOps Jenkins | DevOps Tools | Intellipaat – YouTube
May12

DevOps Course | DevOps Git | DevOps Docker | DevOps Jenkins | DevOps Tools | Intellipaat – YouTube

🔥Intellipaat Devops course: https://intellipaat.com/devops-certification-training/ In this devops tools tutorial you will learn what is devops, devops git, devops docker & devops jenkins with complete hands on explanation. #devopscourse #devopsgit #devopsdocker #devopsjenkins #devopstools #intellipaat 📕Read complete devops tutorial here: https://intellipaat.com/blog/tutorial/devops-tutorial/ 📌 Do subscribe to Intellipaat channel...

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Getting Started with Git Hooks
May11

Getting Started with Git Hooks

Git hooks have been on my “to mess about with and learn a little some day” list for a while. It’s the old conundrum: I might use them if I knew what they could do, but I’m not going to learn about them until I’ve got a use for them. Chickens-and-eggs for developers. The Problem Until recently, that is. I wondered: What is the best way to save a different launch configuration in VS… Continue Reading...

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Sparse Checkout with Git To Reduce Confusion
May04

Sparse Checkout with Git To Reduce Confusion

If you would like to make updates to the Xrm types or any others in the DefinitelyTyped project on github you can find that cloning all the types can be a real pain. This is because a typical git clone will bring down everything and having over 6 thousand directories in this project can make thigns a bit slow. Startign with Git version 2.25.0 a new feature was introduces called… Continue Reading Rick A. Wilson (RAW)’s...

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Accessing Git Repository from Visual Studio behind a Proxy Server
Apr21

Accessing Git Repository from Visual Studio behind a Proxy Server

I was working for a client who has a proxy server on the network and every HTTP request passes through it. In this situation I couldn’t access my Git repository and was getting errors like “Couldn’t resolve host..” or “Unable to access …” For me the solution was to config proxy settings in GIT. On my local machine in command prompt I used this sample command: git-config… Continue Reading...

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Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 3 – Including the shared project and committing the changes – YouTube
Apr14

Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 3 – Including the shared project and committing the changes – YouTube

This video is part of a series describing how to use git submodules for a C# Visual Studio project, the example focused on a plugin for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service, but the principles displayed are of course relevant to other project and repository types. Full article available at: https://jonasr.app/vs-git-subm source

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Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 6 – Committing submodule file changes – YouTube
Apr14

Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 6 – Committing submodule file changes – YouTube

This video is part of a series describing how to use git submodules for a C# Visual Studio project, the example focused on a plugin for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service, but the principles displayed are of course relevant to other project and repository types. Full article available at: https://jonasr.app/vs-git-subm source

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Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 4 – Consuming the goodies of the submodule shared project – YouTube
Apr14

Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 4 – Consuming the goodies of the submodule shared project – YouTube

This video is part of a series describing how to use git submodules for a C# Visual Studio project, the example focused on a plugin for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service, but the principles displayed are of course relevant to other project and repository types. Full article available at: https://jonasr.app/vs-git-subm source

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Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 9 – Tracking changes in remote repository – YouTube
Apr14

Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 9 – Tracking changes in remote repository – YouTube

This video is part of a series describing how to use git submodules for a C# Visual Studio project, the example focused on a plugin for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service, but the principles displayed are of course relevant to other project and repository types. Full article available at: https://jonasr.app/vs-git-subm source

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Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 1 – My project and the helper repository – YouTube
Apr14

Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 1 – My project and the helper repository – YouTube

This video is part of a series describing how to use git submodules for a C# Visual Studio project, the example focused on a plugin for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service, but the principles displayed are of course relevant to other project and repository types. Full article available at: https://jonasr.app/vs-git-subm source

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Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 8 – Reference latest version of submodule repository – YouTube
Apr14

Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 8 – Reference latest version of submodule repository – YouTube

This video is part of a series describing how to use git submodules for a C# Visual Studio project, the example focused on a plugin for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service, but the principles displayed are of course relevant to other project and repository types. Full article available at: https://jonasr.app/vs-git-subm source

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Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 5 – Improving the submodule shared project – YouTube
Apr14

Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 5 – Improving the submodule shared project – YouTube

This video is part of a series describing how to use git submodules for a C# Visual Studio project, the example focused on a plugin for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service, but the principles displayed are of course relevant to other project and repository types. Full article available at: https://jonasr.app/vs-git-subm source

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Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 2 – Adding the submodule to my solution – YouTube
Apr14

Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 2 – Adding the submodule to my solution – YouTube

This video is part of a series describing how to use git submodules for a C# Visual Studio project, the example focused on a plugin for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service, but the principles displayed are of course relevant to other project and repository types. Full article available at: https://jonasr.app/vs-git-subm source

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Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 7 – Updating submodule the wrong way – YouTube
Apr14

Git Submodules in Visual Studio part 7 – Updating submodule the wrong way – YouTube

This video is part of a series describing how to use git submodules for a C# Visual Studio project, the example focused on a plugin for Microsoft Dynamics 365 … source

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Git Submodules in Visual Studio – YouTube
Apr12

Git Submodules in Visual Studio – YouTube

This video describes how to use git submodules for a C# Visual Studio project, the example focused on a plugin for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Common Data Service, but the principles displayed are of course relevant to other project and repository types. Full article available at: https://jonasr.app/vs-git-subm source

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Git Submodules in Visual Studio
Apr12

Git Submodules in Visual Studio

Ever since I started working with development, I have both created and consumed libraries, frameworks, utilities and snippets to simplify and streamline my code. The methods to include this code have varied a lot; from simply copy-pasting code to linked files to private NuGet servers with build automation, full CI/CD etc. Lately I have started working with Git Submodules, and I struggled a… Continue Reading Jonas Rapp’s...

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Managing Business Central Development with Git: Platforms
Apr03

Managing Business Central Development with Git: Platforms

Another post about Business Central development and Git. Maybe the last one. Who knows? Whatever your precise circumstances, if you are developing apps for Business Central you have to be mindful of the differences between BC versions and how it affects your app. If you are only developing for SaaS you might only care about the current and next version. If you are developing and… Continue Reading james’s Article on their...

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Managing Business Central Development with Git: Branching Strategy
Mar19

Managing Business Central Development with Git: Branching Strategy

The last few posts have been about manipulating the history of your Git repository, getting comfortable tools like rebase, reset, cherry-pick and commit –amend. That’s all geared towards trying to create a history which is more than just a record of stuff that happened but tells a story of the development of your app that is useful for your colleagues and your future self. This post is on… Continue Reading...

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Managing Business Central Development with Git: Branches
Feb25

Managing Business Central Development with Git: Branches

Obligatory Preamble I wasn’t really intending to write this post. If you want training materials for learning the basic concepts of Git then there is tonnes of great free content around on blogs and YouTube channels. I was going to share some thoughts about our branching strategy but thought I’d write a little about manipulating branches first. Amble When I was new to Git and trying… Continue Reading james’s...

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Managing Business Central Development with Git: Rebasing
Feb19

Managing Business Central Development with Git: Rebasing

This is part two of a series about using Git to manage your Business Central development. This time – rebasing. It seems that rebasing can be something of a daunting subject. It needn’t be. Let’s start with identifying the base of a branch before worrying about rebasing. Example Repo Imagine this repository where I’ve created a new branch feature/new-field-on-sales-docs to do some… Continue Reading...

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ClassicPress Development with TortoiseGit: Install Git for Windows
Feb16

ClassicPress Development with TortoiseGit: Install Git for Windows

When I started developing plugins for ClassicPress I decided that I needed to be using source control. As ClassicPress is intending to use GitHub for their plugin directory, it made sense for me to use it as well. This post is part of a series on ClassicPress Development with TortoiseGit which is a sub-series of the ClassicPress Development with TortoiseGit series. A key prerequisite for… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s...

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Managing Business Central Development with Git: Amending History
Feb13

Managing Business Central Development with Git: Amending History

Preamble This is the start of a series of posts about managing AL development with Git. I don’t profess to be a Git expert and much of what I write about will not exclusively apply to Business Central development. This is a collection of approaches I’ve found to be useful when it comes to managing our source code. Take what you will, discard the rest, vociferously argue with me if you feel… Continue Reading...

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How to Learn GIT? | What is GIT Hub | Learn GIT | Intellipaat – YouTube
Jan29

How to Learn GIT? | What is GIT Hub | Learn GIT | Intellipaat – YouTube

🔥Intellipaat Git course: https://intellipaat.com/git-github-training/ In this ‘how to learn GIT video you will learn what is git, why do we use it , about git hub and the various git commands that we use in a day to day life . #GithubTutorial #Git #GitHub #gittutorial #DevOps #DevOpsTutorial #DevOpsTraining #GitTutorialforBeginners #learnGit # 📌 Do subscribe to Intellipaat channel & get regular updates on videos:...

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Working with Git Branches in Visual Studio 2019
Oct22

Working with Git Branches in Visual Studio 2019

Continuing our previous posts, let us now see how we can work with branches within Visual Studio 2019. Branches give the option to isolate the work from the original code base, this way we could have a developer(s) working on bug fixes, new features etc. which then can be merged back to the master branch … Continue reading “Working with Git Branches in Visual Studio 2019” Continue Reading Nishant Rana’s...

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Perform basic Git operations with Visual Studio 2019
Oct22

Perform basic Git operations with Visual Studio 2019

In the previous post, https://nishantrana.me/2019/10/21/getting-started-with-git-repository-in-visual-studio-2019/ we learned how to setup and  get started with Git Repository in Visual Studio 2019. In this post, we will learn how to perform some of the basic operations like commit, push, fetch, pull, etc. and how to merge the conflicts. Let us open the solution created in the last … Continue… Continue Reading Nishant...

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Getting started with Git Repository in Visual Studio 2019
Oct21

Getting started with Git Repository in Visual Studio 2019

Let us go through the steps to set up a Git Repository in Visual Studio 2019. Open Visual Studio 2019 Go to Tools à Option and Set Git as source control plugin (if not set) To create a new Repository, select Home àProjects and New Repository. Provide the path and click on Create. Click on the … Continue reading “Getting started with Git Repository in Visual Studio 2019” Continue Reading Nishant Rana’s...

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Git Tutorial | Github Tutorial | Git Tutorial for Beginners | Intellipaat – YouTube
Jul13

Git Tutorial | Github Tutorial | Git Tutorial for Beginners | Intellipaat – YouTube

🔥Intellipaat Git course: https://intellipaat.com/git-github-training/ In this git tutorial for beginners you will learn what is git, why do we use it and the various git commands that we use in a day to day life. #GithubTutorial #GitTutorial #Intellipaat #Git #GitHub #GitTutorialforBeginners #LearnGit #DevOps #DevOpsTutorial#DevOpsTraining #DevOpsTools #DevOpsTutorialforBeginners #WhatisDevOps 📌 Do subscribe to Intellipaat channel...

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What is Git | Git Lifecycle & How Git Works | Git Tutorial For Beginners | Intellipaat – YouTube
Feb27

What is Git | Git Lifecycle & How Git Works | Git Tutorial For Beginners | Intellipaat – YouTube

In this Git tutorial for beginners video you will learn what is git, the git lifecycle & how git works in detail. So basically you will learn how files are processed in git lifecycle through the stages like working directory to staging area to finally commit in this short git in 20 minutes video. Intellipaat DevOps Course:- https://intellipaat.com/DevOps-certification-training/ This Git introduction video helps you to learn...

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