Team Foundation Server Version Control
Team Foundation Server | Intermediate
- 9 videos | 57m 21s
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Version control allows you to track code changes over time and provides you with options for accessing these previous versions when needed. In this course, you'll learn about version control in Team Foundation Server. You'll first examine some TFC basics and terminology, as well as how to connect with Visual Studio. You'll explore Team Explorer panes, the checkout model, and how to work with Source Control Explorer. Next, you'll learn to work with the Pending Changes window, compare files, review local changes, and deal with conflicts. Finally, you'll explore the use of shelvesets, branching and merging, and merging changes between branches. This course was originally created by Global Knowledge (GK).
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
recognize Team Foundation Server (TFS) source control conceptsrecognize how Team Foundation Server is integrated with Visual Studioset up a connection from Visual Studio to a TFSrecognize the various areas of Team Explorer and the different ways to get around between themrecognize uses of the Pending Changes window
recognize the purpose of and how to work with the Review commandrecognize situations where shelving is useful and how to create a shelvesetrecognize when branching and merging are useful and how to enable their userecognize how to merge changes between TFS branches
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