Getting Started with Git

Aug 14 2023 · git 2.28, console

Part 1: Getting Started with Git

04. Create a Branch

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Now you know how to create a repository, clone a repository, and commit changes to that repository. If you remember from the Google Docs example, we eventually ran into a scenario where one user restored to a previous version of the document and ended up clobbering the changes the other user was working on. This would also happen if, on our Recipes Book project, both users end up committing to the same main branch over and over into the same files.