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Mobile DevOps by Jhalak Modi, Rohin Tak

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Distributed version control

Distributed version control is the opposite of centralized version control systems. In distributed version control systems, developers don't depend upon a central repository server to store all the version-related information and project files. They clone the repository onto their local machine, which contains all the versioning and branching information for the project source code. One of the most commonly used distributed systems is Git, and we'll be going deep into using Git as a source versioning tool in this chapter.

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