Skip to content

Category Archives: Git

Practicing coding on a daily basis is a very important and worthwhile practice. It helps a lot to develop the skills that a successful developer… Read More
Android Studio provides a platform where one can build apps for Android phones, tablets, Android Wear, Android TV, and Android Auto. Android Studio is the… Read More
A Jupyter notebook is neither a simple text editor nor a full-featured IDE, rather it is an electronic file which contains both programming code and… Read More
Github is a web-hosting service for your Git repository. In Github, we can Store our Repository to store our source code and Collaborate with different… Read More
As the name suggests, Open-Source is something that is open for all which means there is no genuine owner of it.  Open source is defined… Read More
OAuth, which stands for “Open Authorization” is an Authorization Protocol that allows third-party services to access secured resources, on behalf of the resource owner. Authorization… Read More
Heroku is a simple and one-stop solution to host any website or server. This article revolves around how you can host your own Static HTML… Read More
Git aliases provide a way to shorten popular git commands. For example, you can use “git co” command in place of “git commit”. In other… Read More
GitLab: GitLab is a repository hosting manager tool that is developed by GitLab Inc and is used for the software development process. It provides a… Read More
Bitbucket: Bitbucket is the repository management tool that is specially built for expert teams and professionals. It is also called as Git repository management software… Read More
Prerequisites: VS Code and Git Bash Git Bash is an application that provides Git command line experience on the Operating System. It is a command-line… Read More
Git, as we know is a free and open-source version control system. These days git is being extensively used and therefore this article focuses on… Read More
Github has recently added a really cool feature that allows you to add a README to your GitHub profile. It’s just like an “About Me”… Read More
1. Mercurial : Mercurial is a distributed revision control tool for software developer and it supports Microsoft window. Mercurial was developed by Matt Mackall on… Read More
There are various types of files we might want the git to ignore before committing, for example, the files that are to do with our… Read More