Git Branching

« Previous Index Next » Branching is the creation of the replica of a particular branch so that parent branch remains unaffected. New branch can have new features and can be used later to merge with parent branch. Create a new Local branch: Select the Branch which you consider as Parent branch(say 'master' in this case). … Continue reading Git Branching

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Multiple Developers working on the same file

« Previous Index Next » "Multiple Developers working on the same file" can be a day in a life scenario and can happen anytime in during collaborative development. There can be two main scenarios in this case: Assumption: For both the scenarios, both the Developers already have same Project Cloned in WebIDE. 1. In the first … Continue reading Multiple Developers working on the same file

Multiple Developers working on different files

« Previous Index Next » To better understand the basic scenario when multiple developers are working on same project but on different files, let's assume that developer 1 and developer 2 are working on same project in WebIDE. Now lets check the steps Developer 1 and Developer 2 undergo with their outcome, as below: Assumption: … Continue reading Multiple Developers working on different files

Fetching GitHub changes to WebIDE

« Previous Index Next » Steps needed for fetch synchronization: Open Git Pane from right sidebar Select right Branch to be replicated from the top of Git Pane Click Pull button. Provide user ID and password of GitHub if required Fetch and Rebase is used during ongoing change process of project which is already discussed in Overview … Continue reading Fetching GitHub changes to WebIDE

Sending changes made in WebIDE to GitHub

« Previous Index Next » Earlier we had a discussion on Overview of Git-Pane in WebIDE where we discussed various capabilities of Git Pane present in WebIDE. Steps to be followed for sending changes made in WebIDE to GitHub: Branching: Decide which Branch you want to use for making changes. It may be a fair idea to use … Continue reading Sending changes made in WebIDE to GitHub

Overview of Git-Pane in WebIDE

« Previous Index Next » Git-Pane We already saw that how to Create a Repository on GitHub and also how to Clone a Project/Repository from GitHub. Now, once a repository is on WebIDE, development, and collaboration starts. To achieve effective collaboration, to keep a single source of truth, syncing is required with GitHub and other stakeholders. Git Pane … Continue reading Overview of Git-Pane in WebIDE

Clone a Project/Repository from GitHub

« Previous Index Next » Cloning Cloning action mirrors all the files with the folder structure to/from web-based tool GitHub. Cloning is the first step of replication. Once cloning is done, Project can be developed, issues can be reported and fixed. Steps to Clone a Repository: From the last post Create a Repository on GitHub, we … Continue reading Clone a Project/Repository from GitHub