Have you encountered a large merge when you know you are going to accept all current or incoming changes? There's a way to achieve without stepping through each file.
GitHub gists are designed to be user-specific and not for team collaboration. But you can make it work with a little finagling.
GitHub is super awesome, until you have to start paying for it. Check out two feature-full and FREE alternatives.
Make sure you don't lose all that precious GitLab data by backing regularly and syncing with an Amazon S3 bucket.
Sometimes it makes sense to start over in Git's history while maintaining the current state of your code.
Although I'm no expert, I've outlined the things I think you need to know to get started using Git.
I recently discovered Git and it changed everything.
This site was created and is maintained by Sean C Davis. It was designed by Matt Willett.
The stack is Gatsby, Tailwind CSS, and loads of other open-source software. The code is built, deployed, and hosted with help from GitHub and Netlify.
And here's a super important legal document Sean made up.