Version Control for Everyone (2015)
Version Control for Everyone (2015) is an Beginner level tutorial on Developer, created by the creator, Joe Chellman. This tutorial is an essential pillar for a person who needs to sharpen his/her Developer talent. It provides you a strong understanding on Developer, Web, Web Design, Web Development, Web Foundations, Developer, Web, Web Design, Web Development and Web Foundations.
Think version control is just for programmers? Think again. While version control tools are typically targeted at developers, anyone who works on a computer can benefit from them. Version control is the ultimate safety net, and an ongoing journal of your work. This course aims to empower designers, writers, photographers, teachers, and, yes, developers with the knowledge to integrate version control into their workflows. Author Joe Chellman dispels myths about version control and demos a simple version control project featuring not code, but a screenplay. He reviews examples of work that’s well suited to version control—graphic design, web design, lesson planning, and even WordPress theme development—and show what’s possible when you begin sharing and collaborating with version control tools like GitHub and Bitbucket.
- Weighing the pros and cons of version control
- Installing SourceTree
- Writing in small and big chunks
- Committing changes
- Revisiting previous revisions
- Creating and merging branches
- Using version control with Word, Photoshop, Macaw, and WordPress
- Sharing version control projects