WDV341 - Kevin Cook
- Version control software - Version control is the way Github allows users to retrieve previous files, versions of code so that if changes are made that you want to undo, or you want to test something new, you can do it safely without losing your code.
- Add - This is the command used to add new files, or files that have been changed to the staging area
- Commit - This is the command used to "save" or confirm the added files/changes you have made to your repository
- Push - This command allows the user to update or "push" changes made on your local machine to your repository.
- Pull - This command is the reverse action of push. It allows the user to get the changes made to files on the online repository, and add them to their local machines.
- Clone - This command lets a user copy an online repository to their local machine, or just a branch of one repository.