Git & GitHub: Using GitHub for Source Code Management

Git 2.25.1    |    Beginner
  • 16 Videos | 1h 32m 35s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
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GitHub is more than just a repository, as this 16-video course demonstrates. The last of a 3-course series, this course examines the project management features available on GitHub. Participants will continue to use GitHub's suite of tools to manage their source codes in the project you began in the previous course. Such features will help you to keep track of your application source code. When developing code, it is common to work in a team environment, and often there are multiple collaborators on a single code branch; GitHub's many tools and features will assist in managing these multiple branches. First, learn how to add a collaborator to your GitHub project. You will then learn to work with collaborators' pull requests and how to merge branches on GitHub. When branches are merged, conflicts can arise; here you will examine and learn how to manage such conflicts. Finally, GitHub's many tools and features also provide several approaches to gather statistics; Tags to manage releases, as well as issues; milestones; and project boards to track progress.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    recall the purpose of a pull request and the steps involved in creating and approving them for a Git merge operation
    add a teammate to collaborate with you on GitHub
    recognize the steps involved for a merge when a collaborator raises a pull request
    identify the situations which can lead to a merge conflict and how these could be resolved
    recognize the purpose of a Git pull operation to keep your local repository in sync with the remote repo
    view statistics related to your GitHub repo using the insights feature
    label specific commits in your repository's history using tags
  • manage the tags associated with your repo by removing them from your local as well as remote repositories
    document and track issues related to your application using GitHub issues
    group similar GitHub issues together using milestones
    track the progress of issues created for your repository using project boards
    document information about your GitHub repo using the Wiki feature
    enable organized collaboration with teammates using GitHub Organizations
    create a local copy of a remote GitHub repo by generating a clone
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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