Let’s Git Familiar — Part 1: Git Fundamentals

git init
Git config —global user.name ‘your user name’Git config —global user.email ‘your e-mail address’
git add index.html // adds index.html to local git repogit add *.html // adds all html files to local git repogit add . // adds all files to local git repo
git status
git rm --cached index.html // deletes index.html from git repo
git commit -m 'initial commit'
git remote add origin https://github.com/myUser/myAwesomeApp
git pull // Gets the latest snapshot from remote git repo to your                  // local repogit clone https://github.com/myUser/myAwesomeApp.git // Clones the // app to your directory




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