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Mastering Unity 5.x by Alan Thorn

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Git and the Web

Git is a tool that's especially useful for collaborating with other developers working on the same project. Sometimes, other developers will be working in the same room, office, or building. And, when they are, you can connect with them through an internal server or network. But often, developers will be located across the globe, working in different countries and time zones. All of them still need access to the same code and files, however; and thus, all of them need access to the same Git Repo. This allows developers to access shared files, make commits and upload branches. To achieve this, we'll need to use a Remote Repository, as opposed to a Local Repository. In Git a Repo can be either Remote or Local. A Local Repo is saved ...

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