Using GIT Properly

Using GIT Properly

Coding, Guide
Everyone needs to get into the habit of branching when they use GIT. Whether it's a new feature, a bug fix, or a small improvement to some existing code, every ticket should get its own branch. Do some work on this branch, committing early and often (for instance, whenever your tests pass). Also make sure to use the Atomic Approach to creating commits. It shouldn’t be uncommon for you to have 10-30 commits per day. Atomic Approach • Commit each fix or task as a separate change • Only commit when a block of work is complete • Commit each layout change separately • Joint commit for layout file, code behind file, and additional resources The seven rules of a great Git commit message 1. Separate subject from body with…
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