Git

What is GitHub? A Comprehensive Guide from Basics to Advanced

GitHub is a platform that has revolutionized the world of software development, enabling individuals and teams to collaborate efficiently on projects of all sizes.

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How to Ignore SSL Certificates Globally in Git

In the world of software development, Git is an indispensable tool for version control.

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GitOps Rising: Transforming DevOps for Streamlined Delivery

Introduction In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, where businesses strive to deliver high-quality software products with agility and efficiency, DevOps practices have become indispensable.

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[Solved] fatal: Could not read from remote repository with Git

If you receive the following error when trying to clone a Git repository:

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[Solved] error: src refspec main does not match any

If you get the following error: error: src refspec main does not match any error: failed to push some refs to 'https://github.

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[Solved] fatal: unable to access <git>: SSL certificate problem: self signed certificate in certificate chain

If you get the following error: fatal: unable to access <git>: SSL certificate problem: self signed certificate in certificate chain

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[Solved] error: src refspec main does not match

When you first try and push to a git repository, you may get the following error message:

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How to Create an Empty Branch in Git

If you need to create an empty branch in git, you can follow one of the below options.

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How to use Git Commit in GitHub Actions

If you’ve tried to use git commit in GitHub Actions before, you may have come across the following error messages:

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How to Undo the most recent local commits in Git

If you have accidentally committed the wrong files into Git, but haven’t yet pushed it to the server, you can recover, or undo your commit as follows:

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How to add a Git Submodule to an existing codebase

Git submodules are a way of including another repository’s code into an existing codebase, without associating it’s code or tracking history in the parent repository.

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[Solved] Fatal: refusing to merge unrelated histories in Git

You have received the dreaded fatal: refusing to merge unrelated histories error!

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How to Split a Subdirectory to a New Git Repository and Keep the History

There comes a time when you need to split out a subdirectory into it’s own git repo.

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How to add SSH keys to GitHub

When working with GitHub, you will need to identify yourself. The default way is using your username and password.

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How to make Git “forget” about a file that was tracked but is now in .gitignore?

You can ignore certain files and folders from being committed to Git by means of including a .

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How to Git Reset a Single File

It’s very easy to reset files that have not yet been committed to git.

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Non-interactive git clone (ssh fingerprint prompt)

If you have ever been in the annoying situation where you had to run git clone from a server that you did not have interactive access to, such as a continuous integration/deployment box or other.

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The difference between ‘git fetch’ and ‘git pull’

Git Pull vs Fetch Many of us take a look at git fetch and git pull and believe them to do the exact same thing!

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Can’t pull a Git branch because of merge conflicts?

Sometimes you need to pull a remote branch and want to accept all their commits (and history) and override your own repository.

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How to delete/revert a Git commit

You’ve just pushed something to a Git repository and you immediately regret it!

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