Git Hooks (and How They Work)

Git Hooks are basically scripts that you can trigger with a Git event. They come in both local and remote varieties. Local git hooks include scripts that you can trigger before you commit. A good example of a remote hook might be a trigger that springs into action when you push to your remote repository. Read More >

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How to Git Stash

As you may already know, Git is a powerful program. One wrong command can wipe out important work. In this article, you’ll learn how to “stash” changes so you can cleanly and easily checkout different branches without destroying your work. Git is a popular version control system for anyone managing files on private servers or Read More >

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