Visual Studio Code is born natively with an open arms support to Git.
What is that? and why Git?
The fun name comes from Linus Torvalds (who is known worldwide as being the inventor and father of Linux OS), which more-or-less means an unpleasant person in British English slang. Linus himself described the tool as a "stupid content tracker" but despite this folkloristic story, Git's success has been enormous, and it is currently used worldwide by hundreds of thousands of developers.
Git is an open source version control application engineered to provide a platform for multi-development distributed team work.
It is geared up with several capabilities for the following:
- Tracking changes in code
- Comparing modifications ...