A quick summary of what you’ve learnt throughout this Mastering Git video course.
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Learn about GitUp—objectively the best Git GUI there is. Find out why as we take a quick tour of how to get started with GitUp.
Next up on the whistlestop tour of popular Git GUIs is SourceTree. Learn how to get started with SourceTree, and some of the top tools it offers.
In the first of three videos about GUIs for Git, you’ll take a look at Gitk and GitGUI—two simple tools that are distributed with Git itself.
In this video you’ll learn about the different “undo” commands that git provides—what they are and when to use them.
In this video you’ll see how you can use the filter-branch tool to programmatically rewrite history—kinda like a nerdy time traveller.
Cherry picking provides a way to grab single commits from other branches, and apply them to your own branch.
Gitignore is easy right? If you’ve been using it for a while you’ll know that isn’t always true. Discover how you can fix problems with gitignore such as handling files that have been accidentally committed to the repository.
Rebase is a whole lot more powerful than just as a replacement for merge. It offers the ability to completely rewrite the history of your git repo. Discover how in this action-packed video.
Rebasing is often thought of as a mystical and complex tool. This video will demystify one of the primary uses of Git rebase—integrating branches without merge commits.