Mastering Git Ray Wenderlich Book Details
Title: Mastering Git
Author: Jawwad Ahmad and Chris Belanger
Publisher: Ray Wenderlich
No. of pages: 362
Format: PDF, EPUB, Source code
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Section I: Beginning Git in Mastering Git Books
This first section is intended to get newcomers familiar with Git. It will introduce the basic concepts that are central to Git, how Git differs from other version control systems, and the basic operations of Git like committing, merging, and pulling.
You may discover things in this section you didn’t quite understand about Git, even if you’ve used Git for a long time.
Section II: Advanced Git
This section dives deeper into the inner workings of Git, what particular Git operations actually do, and will walk you through some interesting problem-solving scenarios when Git gets cranky. You’ll build up some mental models to understand what’s going on when Git complains about things to help you solve similar issues on your own in the future.
Section III: Git Workflows
Now that you understand how Git works and how to use some of the advanced features, you need to learn how to incorporate Git into your software development lifecycle. There are established best practices and several formal Git workflows out there.
Those formal Git workflows, well, they’re all good, and in some cases, they’re all bad. It depends what you want to accomplish in your repo, and how your own team works. GitFlow Mastering Git is one of the most popular branching strategies, but there are alternative models that work well in many situations. This section will introduce you to these workflows and branching models, and explain what problems they solve and what problems they create.