We've prepared two new features to start strong this 2018, would you like to find out?
Now that we know how to "send" our code to Git's remote node, now we need to learn how to "download" that repository and how to get changes made in other machines.
BitCoin, LiteCoin and Ethereum, everybody seems to be talking about all this now days and from SargantanaCode we'd love to explain what the heck is this and how they work.
The next step to continue acquiring knowledge about Git is to use remote nodes, and the best way to start is to use the GitHub free online tool.
Git is a decentralized service, so you won't find the typical client-server architecture. Today you will learn how Git works with its remote nodes.
Do you want to know how to increase your productivity by making multiple simultaneous tasks using Git? Then you need to learn more about the Git branches.
Do you hate to modify a file with incorrect changes and then go crazy because you don't know what to do? Git is here to help us with that.
Are you looking for an open source, multiplatform and free password manager? Buttercup is here to give you a hand.
Mastering Git requires us to understand the three States of Git. In this tutorial we teach you everything you need to know about them.