Git : to the rescue
Git is a version control system. For example, if you have a file on which you’ve been working on and reworking for a long time, all the versions of it are saved in Git, and you can easily get back to every version. A team of people can have their own copy of code to work with which can be merged when needed.
Why use git?
- Git keeps old versions for you if some developer did any mistake in code then you’ll always have previous version to fix it
- Multiple developers can work together, once they write code in their local machine and commit it then other developers can pull it easily.
- Large developers community and online websites to upload your source codes or get others source codes to make your work easier
Resources to learn :
Try Git : An interactive introduction course on Git. If you study it closely and thoroughly you’ll know enough to perform usual tasks.
- Git tracks state, history and integrate of the source tree