A Little Note on Git Workflows
UPDATE: we’re using “kind of” feature-branch workflow which works roughly like this:
(I don’t know why I failed to upload the image here)
Since we’re moving from feature-branch (and also from GitHub to GitLab), I’d share some useful links (and probably tutorials, later)
P.S: I’m not sure whether we’ll use GitFlow or Forking Workflow. I guess it would be Forking Workflow since there’ll be plenty of pull requests. Last Thursday, we actually learned the Centralized Workflow.
Another P.S: I’m not a Git expert, pardon me for the mistakes.
The array of possible workflows can make it hard to know where to begin when implementing Git in the workplace. This…www.atlassian.com
I work at an agency where we pay $200 a month to Github for their platinum plan. This article is a summary of an…codeinthehole.com
Pull requests are a feature that makes it easier for developers to collaborate using . They provide a user-friendly web…www.atlassian.com
But I think this suits the most:
The most up to date version of the content of this blog post can be found in our documentation. Version management with…about.gitlab.com
I’ll update this post later!