What Is Git?

Git is a version control system for keeping track of changes in any set of files and was originally designed for collaborative work among progammers.

It is widely used by developers to track revisions in applications, store modifications, and make constant updates to your applications to release new versions with ease.

What Is Version Control?

Version control is a practice for tracking and managing changes to applications. It enables developers to simultaneously work on a single application in which each developer edits their own copy of the files and chooses when to release their changes to the rest of the team.

Version control is specifically useful for branching and merging different instances of the application to allow an asynchronous workflow.

In-Depth Explanation

How do I get started?

Cheat Sheets

Cheat sheets display essential syntax that users can use to save time and energy!

Git Basics Cheat Sheet