In Part 3 of our “Setup Git for Development” tutorial, are going to begin setting up your identity within Git Bash. We are going to continue right where Part 2 left off. It is important to setup your identity that was others you are collaborating with are able to determine which commits are from you. Many places like GitHub will require them so its system can determine which user made the commit and if they have the appropriate permissions to do so. Continue reading
In Part 2 of our ‘Setup Git for Development’ tutorial, we are going to continuing setting up Git so we can use it in a development environment. Part 2 continues where Part 1 left off, we now have Git installed and Git Bash is ready to be used. It is important to setup your SSH keys as most places will require you to do this in order to access their servers via SSH (for example GitHub). Continue reading
In this multi-part tutorial, I will be explaining how you can go about setting up your computer to begin develop using the popular distributed version control system, Git.
In part of this tutorial, I will be explaining the process of installing Git to your local computer. The install process is very simple and if you follow this tutorial it will give you a better understanding of customizing your installation. Continue reading
We have just released our first video tutorial. This is something new we are trying and would love your feedback. This tutorial will help you install the powerful version control system, Git, to your Windows computer.
This is the first of many Git tutorials we plan on releasing. We decided to cover Git as that is the version control system (VCS) we use on the development of all our projects.
The link to download Git is http://www.git-scm.com/
Thanks for watching and be on the lookout for more video tutorials.