Using Git for Version Control: Commits

Lab Steps

lock
Logging in to the Amazon Web Services Console
lock
Connecting to a Git Host
lock
Using Git to Clone a Github Repository
lock
Working With Files in Git

Ready for the real environment experience?

DifficultyBeginner
Time Limit30m
Students4
Ratings
5/5
star star star star star

Description

Git is a version control system for tracking changes in code. Version control systems allow developers to conveniently track changes made to their code. Using commits, which can be thought of as incremental saves to a file or group of files, companies have the ability to track changes, compare different versions of a file, and revert to previous version of files with ease. Companies use Git because it is one of the most popular version control systems available for a variety of reasons, including its ease of use for beginners, clear structure when comparing commits, and integration with some of the world's most popular version control hosting platforms.

In this lab, you'll practice using Git to clone a repository, make a change to a file and commit that change using Git. You'll also learn more about the basics of version control with Git.

Lab Objectives

Upon completion of this lab you will be able to:

  • Understand the basic terminology of Git
  • Use git to clone a Github repository
  • Use Git strategies including branching and commits

Intended Audience

This lab is intended for:

  • Developers
  • Cloud professionals
  • Anyone interested in using code

Prerequisites

You should be familiar with:

  • Basic understanding of the AWS Console is helpful but not required
Environment before
PREVIEW
arrow_forward
Environment after
PREVIEW

About the Author

Matt has worked for multiple Fortune 500 companies as a DevOps Engineer and Solutions Architect. He is an AWS Certified Solution Architect - Associate, AWS Certified SysOps Administrator - Associate and an AWS Certified Developer - Associate. He enjoys reading and learning new technologies.

Covered Topics