January 27, 2022 — I have been using Git since the start of my career (Which spans 10 years now). I have heard about this Git’s feature called
cherry-pick every now and then but I haven’t been in a situation where I would actually use it. Until today.
January 20, 2022 — One of the most common scenarios with modern software development is the use of CI/CD pipelines. The way these CI/CD pipelines work is, you set up a webhook on your Git repository and allow these deployments to run every time something is pushed to the repository.
January 9, 2022 — Consider the scenario where you’re working on a Git branch called
featureB and you have a lot of unstaged files in this branch.
January 3, 2022 — You would reach for the git log command when you want to take a look at the list of commits for the Git repository you’re currently in.
December 16, 2021 — There comes a time when you want to clone a Git repository through GitHub or a similar client but at the same time, you don’t want the entire history of that repository.
October 31, 2021 — Working with Git, it might be the case when you’re working on your feature branch, you worked on it and then pushed it onto the remote.
August 11, 2021 — When it comes to using Git from the CLI, one of the commonly used commands is the git log command. The command essentially shows, as its name suggests, the log of all the commits (recent commit first).
August 2, 2021 — More often than not you’ll find yourself in situations where you would need to search keywords or phrases across your project.
May 15, 2021 — When working on projects, it’s often a case when you would find yourself dabbling between different branches. Maybe you’re working on different features simultaneously or you’re keeping your feature branch up-to-date with your master/main branch. You would need to switch between branches in any of the cases.
January 25, 2021 — How many times did it happen to you that you mistyped a Git command and curse yourself every time you do it? I did. Many times. It’s annoying!
July 19, 2020 — Git is a lot easier when you make the best out of it. For instance, setting a simple Git config can make your life a lot simpler and smoother.
October 24, 2018 — Today, I’m going to discuss about Git workflow that we’re using at our projects which involves a team of several developers. Git is no doubt a great version control system but if you don’t use it efficiently, things can get messy easily. For instance, if there are 10 people working on the same codebase and each of them work on the same branch, it would be really difficult to keep the branch’s state clean. So, here’s a workflow which we follow in all our projects. The workflow is could work great for big teams but small teams can also get benefited from it equally.
October 6, 2018 — If you have ever worked with Git, you probably have encountered the following situation. i.e. You’ve two branches, let’s say
feature-2, for two different features respectively. You have worked on the the first branch
feature-1, completed all the related tasks and committed and pushed all the outstanding changes on that branch. So, the
feature-1 branch is now clean.
September 5, 2018 — Composer is the goto method of adding dependencies in modern PHP application. You search for a library for a concerned functionality and you’ll probably find the one in the large database of the Pacakgist. But there comes a time where you’d want to use a library which is private and should be only available to you. Well, the good news is, you can achieve this using this trick.