Information about Vershd release 3.2.
Git commit --amend is a powerful tool to fix problem commits, add files and more. We show you how to use it.
Git stash is a feature in Git SCM that lets you save your work when you’re not ready to commit. Read more to find out how to use it.
Adding files to Git using 'git add' can be more complex and subtle than you think. Get all the solutions here.
Software development tools and resources can accelerate your coding abilities. Every software engineer should have a list of them. This is ours.
To excel as a software developer, you need to always be testing as part of your best software development practices. Here's how to go about it.
One of the best software development practices is to learn by heart the different tech that you use. Investing a small amount of time now can save you a huge amount of time later on.
Making sure that you practice good workflows is a critical part of best software development practices. We give you some quick tips and tricks on how to do this.
How can you focus on your mindset when implementing the best software development practices? Break down big tasks, accept no bugs, and more.
Making sure you collaborate with others is an essential part of best software development practices. Review others code, contribute to open source code, and more.
Staying motivated is significant part of best software development practices. Here are some tips about how to keep on track, and keep learning.
Surprisingly, getting away from the keyboard is an import part of best software development practiceshelp you. Here we explain why and how.
How to achieve a Git partial commit of a file, instead of the whole of it. We show you how to commit one hunk at a time, interactively, simply and safely.
If you have local untracked files that need to be replaced with Git repository ones, how do you do it without losing anything? We show you how.
Whether you need to alter just the last Git commit you made, or a number of them, this shows you to make Git change a commit message.
You’ve made one or more commits, and now realise they’re on entirely the wrong branch. So how can you make Git move a commit to another branch, either a new branch, or perhaps an existing one?
How can you git ignore committed files? We show you how to ignore files which have previously been committed to Git source control.
Although amending a previous commit with git reset is simple, what happens when you have multiple commits to undo, perhaps keeping the existing working files?
After a git merge, you realise that you’d like to create a better history, as if you had used git rebase on the branch instead of merging it. Find out how here.
Did you know you can see hidden Git stash files using NodeGit? Read this blog to find out more.