This article goes over what is a Git tag and how to use Git tags, including creating, listing, and deleting.
How to Use Multiple Git Accounts on One Machine
Git is a powerful version control system, and sometimes you may need to use multiple Git accounts on the same machine. Whether it’s for work or personal projects, here’s how you can easily manage multiple Git accounts on one machine.
To understand Git, let’s break it down into parts that make Git work for you
- The anatomy of Git Repo
- Create a GitHub Account and Set up Dev Machine
- Create and Clone a Remote Git Repo
- Fork an Existing Git Repo
- Use Git on a One-Person Team
- Use Git on a Multi-Persons Team
- Git Best Practice
- Extra: Create GitPage
What is GitHub?
GitHub is a development platform where you can collaborate with others on software projects.
What is Git and Why does it Matter?
Git is a very commonly used version control system. It tracks the changes you made to files.
Git is very useful because it allows you to effectively manage code changes. For this Coding Camp, since we will be hosting our website on GitHub Pages. We will need to install Git locally.
This entry shows how and why you need to generate Git Personal Token
Git Personal Token is required to interact with Git Server. It is different from the Git Account Password. The token can be created for a set period of time, and can also be “revoked”. Think of it like an access card. It is tied to your account but can be created, used for access, and deactivated.
Below we go over the steps to create and use the Gi Personal Token
In this article, we will learn how to create a new empty GitHub Repository.