Using Git on the Command Line
Learn how to use the Git tool (the version-control system for tracking changes in any set of files) directly on your computer's command line interface.Get Started
Pushing our files to the remote server
See how to use git push to push commits made on your local branch to a remote repository.
Installing Git on your machine
See the steps on how to install the Git tool onto your personal machine from the CLI and access it for future use.
Understanding the 3 Git States
Find out the background and uses of the three Git States of modified, staged, and committed.
Excluding unwanted files with Gitignore
Learn how to avoid having to ignore unwanted files manually, using .gitignore file in the working directory of your project.
Understanding commit details with Git Log and Git Show
Understand how to use and evaluate Git Log and Git Show, tools that will let you inspect commit history and changes.
Introduction to the Command Line
Get an overview of the command line interface or CLI, which is a way your OS represents the computer's files, directories, and programs to the user.
Making your first commit
Learn how to make your first GitHub commit, accompanied with writing a certain message to track your changes.
Pulling commits from master
Learn how by running git checkout master, you'll be able to find the commits you want to pull into your branch.
How to reverse a commit
Some mistakes or actions need to be taken back. Learn how to easily reverse a commit with GitHub specific commands while preserving previous changes to your files.