Git Branches and Merging

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Booking a course with Treehouse gives you access to the entire catalogue for 1 entire year! Over 30 tracks and 1000 courses and whorkshops are then available to you on 24 different subjects.

Book a course with TreeHouse and get a 1 year access to the entire catalogue ! 

This course introduces the concept of branches in Git and shows practical uses for managing both local development and collaborative workflows.

What you’ll learn :

  • How Git branches work
  • Creating new branches
  • Merging branches
  • Pull Requests on Github

Steps you will go though during this course :

Branches

Git branches are like alternate timelines for your code. They let you work on several different features or bug fixes at once, without the sets of changes interfering with each other.

Merging

You have two branches. Both have changes you need, but when you check one out the changes in the other are no longer available. How do you get access to both at once? You merge the branche…

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Booking a course with Treehouse gives you access to the entire catalogue for 1 entire year! Over 30 tracks and 1000 courses and whorkshops are then available to you on 24 different subjects.

Book a course with TreeHouse and get a 1 year access to the entire catalogue ! 

This course introduces the concept of branches in Git and shows practical uses for managing both local development and collaborative workflows.

What you’ll learn :

  • How Git branches work
  • Creating new branches
  • Merging branches
  • Pull Requests on Github

Steps you will go though during this course :

Branches

Git branches are like alternate timelines for your code. They let you work on several different features or bug fixes at once, without the sets of changes interfering with each other.

Merging

You have two branches. Both have changes you need, but when you check one out the changes in the other are no longer available. How do you get access to both at once? You merge the branches!

Remote Branches

Collaborating with other developers is one of the biggest reasons to use Git. And to do that, you need to be able to bring changes from their Git repositories into your repo. You also need to be able to share changes from your repo to their repos. You do that using remote branches.

Branches on Git Hosting Services

Pushing and pulling directly to and from your collaborators' Git repos is a good skill to have. But most developers today work through a Git hosting service like GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket. Let's see how to apply what we've learned using a hosted repo.

Plus, you get an access to all courses and tracks of TreeHouse for an entire year !

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