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How to use Git

In the realm of modern software development, Git has emerged as the de facto standard for version control. With its powerful features and unmatched flexibility, Git empowers developers to track changes, collaborate seamlessly, and manage code efficiently.

Whether you're a novice programmer or an experienced developer looking to enhance your skills, this comprehensive tutorial will guide you through the fundamentals of Git and equip you with the knowledge and confidence to leverage this indispensable tool. From setting up a repository to branching, merging, and resolving conflicts, we will take you on a step-by-step journey to mastering Git, unlocking the potential for streamlined collaboration and confident code management. Get ready to unleash the full power of Git as we embark on this tutorial together.

Choose your development environment, and we’ll show you how to get started using Git:

For this tutorial, we’ll also be using our version control tool Backlog.

Backlog is the all-in-one project tool for task management, version control, and bug tracking. It combines the power of project management and code management into one tool your team can use to create and release their best work yet.

It also features useful functions like:

  • Code different viewer
  • Built-in Git repositories for every project
  • Pull requests
  • Commit tracking
  • Kanban boards
  • Gantt charts
  • Burndown charts
  • Issue sorting
  • Custom task statuses
  • Project Wikis
  • And more!

Start a free 30-day trial of Backlog today, and you can use it to follow along throughout this tutorial.

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