Learn to collaborate with others via a remote repository by pushing up local commits.
- [Instructor] In the previous chapter … we set up a remote repository at GitHub … and pushed some branches to it. … That sets the stage for collaboration. … In this chapter we will learn the techniques needed … to collaborate with other developers using a remote. … Let's begin by learning how to push … additional local changes to the remote. … Before we can push new changes we need … to make those changes. … So those changes I have in mind … are going to be to the tours.html page. … If you drag this to a browser and open it up … you'll see this is the tours page. … And if we scroll down we have … a list of different tours here. … Backpack Cal as being one of them. … If we click on the link for learn more … you'll see it takes us to a detail page about Backpack Cal. … What I want you to notice is that the file name for this is … tour_detail and then the specific tour, … So tour_detail is the format of this. … Let's click back. … If we go down to the next one, California Calm, … there's not a file there yet. …
- Finding and viewing commits
- Creating and switching branches
- Comparing branches
- Resetting branches
- Merging branches
- Stashing uncommitted changes
- Setting up a remote repository
- Creating remote branches
- Fetching and pushing changes to a remote
- Enabling remote collaboration
Skill Level Beginner
1. Navigate the Commit Tree
3. Reset Branches
4. Merge Branches
5. Stash Changes
6. Set Up a Remote
7. Collaborate with a Remote
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