Chapter 5: Git Workflows
So far, we’ve covered the basics of Git and how to use them as part of a team. But teams differ in the way they utilize Git in their projects. A Git workflow is a set of guidelines that a team should follow to manage a project.
In this chapter, we’ll explore the most commonly used Git workflows. A workflow generally provides guidelines on the following items:
- the architecture of the project
- how contributions are made to the project
- how the work of others is merged into the project
Git’s flexibility allows you to set up diverse guidelines for your project. This can potentially lead to a large number of workflows. How do you ensure that team members follow these guidelines? It may be a good idea to follow a specific, ...