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Git is a library for git written in Node.js which allows for the manipulation of git repositories by the Node.js application. Git (npm), not to… Read More
Git is a distributed version control system. It is needed when there is any collaboration work present. Like in any company project development or in… Read More
Git is a distributed version control system. It is needed basically when there is any collaboration work present. Like in any company project development or… Read More
A pull request allows developers to add new features or fix bugs without affecting the main project code or the experience of the users. They… Read More
Aliases are the user-friendly names given by a user to a git command so that the user doesn’t need to memorize the whole lengthy syntax… Read More
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The git gc command is used to maintain a repository. Garbage collection is denoted by “gc.” Git gc is a command that tells Git to… Read More
Let’s first discuss the difference between git commands namely “git –pull” and “git –fetch“. If we are talking about git pull and fetch then we… Read More
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Forking a repository means creating a copy of the repo. When you fork a repo, you create your own copy of the repo on your… Read More
A submodule is a record within a host git repository that points to a specific commit in another external git repository. Most important concept revolving… Read More
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Git move or mv helps us to rename or move files within a git repository without deleting its history. If we move or rename a… Read More
Let us discuss what merging in git. Merging means combining changes from one branch into another branch. Now let’s see how can we perform merging… Read More
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A commit is a point in git which is treated as a “Save point” which keeps records of all save points, so if we want… Read More
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Undoing in git means doing undo just like when we type something in any text editor and deleted the sam. After that we think the… Read More
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Git-LFS replaces the large files in the repository with tiny pointers. It means if we have some large files in our repository like any Images,… Read More
Git is a free and open-source version control system. It is used in software development. Git allows software developers to see the changes they made… Read More

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