The nice thing about pull requests is that you have a nice and clear view of what is about to get merged. You can see only the changes that matter, and the best part is that you can fire up a discussion concerning those changes.
In the previous section, we submitted the pull request so that it can be reviewed and eventually get merged. Suppose that we are collaborating with a team and they chime in to discuss the changes. Let's first check the layout of a pull request.
Every pull request looks pretty much like the following:
From the preceding screenshot, you can tell what the specific number ...