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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Summary

In this chapter, we have looked at the most used features of Git. You should now be able to effectively control your source. There will be time when you mess up, but at least you still have source control. Git clients, such as GitHub, SourceTree, and GitKraken, all make use of the features discussed in this chapter. Whenever you click a button, one or more of the commands we have seen in this chapter will be performed in the background. Personally, I find it far easier to use a client, but I know some people who would rather use the command line (to each his own). Whatever you choose, this chapter should be a pretty good introduction. It is not until the later chapters in this book, when we are going to use Jenkins extensively, that ...

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