What is Git? Git is a source code control repository. It is useful if the need comes to revert to a previous version of the code. One can use it to find differences between versions. It supports branches, so one can try new features or changes and be able to get back to the working version at any point in time.
Git is distributed. Every developer has their own copy of the source code. This allows for fast access when needed allowing developers to work offline. That said; Git allows developers to merge their versions and share the updates with other members in the group. Continue reading “Experimenting with Git”