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کارگاه آموزش Git و GitHub

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این دوره آموزشی مفاهیم Git و GitHub  را به توسعه دهندگان آموزش می دهد .

این دوره آموزشی محصول Livelessons می باشد .

سرفصل های دوره آموزشی:

  • پیکربندی های Git
  • آغاز به کار Git
  • آغاز به کار با GitHub
  • تغییر نام، حذف و چشم پوشی از فایل ها در Git
  • کار با  ادغام و Rebasing و منشعب کردن
  • کار با Git های داخلی
  • همکاری از طریق GitHub
  • پیکربندی یک پروژه در GitHub
  • برچسب ها و اخبار
  • بازگرداندن هر چیزی با استفاده از Git چگونه انجام می شود
  • تنظیم مجدد GIT
  • معرفی reflog

لیست سرفصل های دوره آموزشی:

4+ Hours of Video Instruction

Git and GitHub LiveLessons (Workshop) is a fast-paced, engaging video course that teaches developers the essentials of Git and GitHub. You will learn the key commands to quickly become productive using Git and best practices for using GitHub to collaborate with your team.

Description

Featuring live, step-by-step demonstrations, the lessons in this workshop cover:

Concise configurations-configuring just what you need to get the best out of Git Your first repo-initializing a repo, three stage thinking, working with the staging area Sharing your work-creating and configuring a GitHub repository Additional activities-moving, deleting and ignoring files with Git Building with branches-how to use feature branches effectively to work on projects. Includes merge types, merge conflicts and rebasing before merging GitHub workflows-using clones, forks, feature branches and pull requests to collaborate effectively via GitHub Releasing software-release tags, release branches and release workflows How to undo anything-learn a range of powerful techniques, from git commit -amend through revert, reset, rebase -interactive and the famed reflog! About the Instructor

Peter Bell is a contract member of the GitHub training team and presents internationally on using Git and GitHub effectively. He's also the co-founder of CTO School and the startup CTO Summit and is the author of Git Distilled, to be published by Pearson in late 2014.

Skill Level

Beginner Intermediate What You Will Learn

Starting with creating your first Git repository and committing code, you learn the key concepts and features that will allow you to quickly set up and use Git for your own projects You are introduced to branching and learn how to merge a branch, create a fast forward merge, and use recursive merges You also learn how to collaborate via GitHub by cloning a repository, forking a repository, or contributing to a project via a pull request from a fork In addition, you are introduced to the basics of Git internals to get a sense for how Git works under the hood. Course Requirements

You will need to have an up-to-date version of Git installed on your computer and have a GitHub user account and password. You should also be comfortable using a terminal window/command line. Table of Contents

Lesson 1: Configuring Git

Three levels of configuration Basic configuration settings Configuring line endings Configuring aliases Lesson 2: Getting Started with Git

Creating your first Git repository Committing in Git Understanding a Git commit The benefits of the staging area Git log for viewing history Lesson 3: Getting Started with GitHub

Creating a repository in GitHub Uploading your repo to GitHub Creating a repository after starting to code Lesson 4: Files in Git-Renaming, Deleting and Ignoring

How to rename a file in Git Deleting a file in Git Ignoring files using a .gitignore file Global gitexcludes and other Git ignore options Git ignore precedence Git commit -a Lesson 5: Branching, Merging and Rebasing

Introducing branching Merging a branch Creating a fast forward merge Introducing recursive merges "No fast forward" recursive merges Resolving merge conflicts Another merge conflict example Git Diff Introducing rebasing Rebasing a branch Handling rebase conflicts Lesson 6: Git Internals

Introducing "Git under the hood" This was moved to Lesson 3Creating the first commit Exploring the object store cat-file to explore object contents The benefits of Git's use of SHA1 hashes Git as a content store (how many new hashes) Understanding remotes and their configuration Configuring your push default Fetch versus pull Merge versus rebase on pull Lesson 7: Collaborating via GitHub

Cloning a repository Forking a repository Contributing via a pull request from a fork Approving a pull request from a fork Use cases for fork based collaboration Single repo collaboration directly on master Single repo collaboration using feature branches Contributing to another feature branch Creating a pull request within a single repo Collaborating on a pull request Merging in a pull request Lesson 8: Reviewing a Project on GitHub

Getting an overview of a project on GitHub using the README Getting more information about a project Introducing issues Closing an issue automatically with a commit message Viewing project state through pulse and graphs Lesson 9: Configuring a Project on GitHub

Basic configuration options and renaming a repo GitHub Pages Adding collaborators and integrations Configuring deploy keys Lesson 10: Tags and Releases

Three types of tags Release tags versus release branches Cherry pick for reusing code across long running release branches Git stash for reusing code Pushing tags up to GitHub and using releases Lesson 11: How to Undo Almost Anything Using Git

Private versus public history and git revert Don't push too often Git commit—amend Git reset Introducing the reflog Rebase interactive Q&A

Question 1: Can you create a GitHub repo without using your browser? Question 2: What's the difference between global and system configuration? Question 3: When dealing with merge conflict in a large file, how do you find the conflicts? Question 4: Does Git show the two full, different versions of a file or just the differences? Question 5: Does a merge commit always include all of the files I created on the branch? Question 6: Isn't it dangerous that you can make a bunch of changes to your code by merging in a branch? Question 7: Do merges work the same way with merging into integration branches as into master? Question 8: How do you handle long running release branches?

عنوان دوره: LiveLesoons - Git and GitHub LiveLessons-Workshop حجم فایل: 2.80GB

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