Git's top 5 challenges for developers include a steep learning curve, merge conflicts, repository bloat, branch management difficulties, and the complexities of undoing changes.
In Git, branches are essential for parallel development, but as projects evolve, some become obsolete. This article explains how to efficiently delete both local and remote branches, ensuring a tidy repository.
Sometimes our setup gets messed up, or we mess it up in such a way that nothing seems to work; in those scenarios, use this command to discard anything you have done to start fresh."
Everybody has their own way of writing code, and there are times when you try out a few ways of creating a functionality or fixing that nasty bug, which is not such a good way of doing it. If you want to discard your current changes, you can do it easily by checking out the modified files.
Ever been in a situation where you need to collaborate with someone, but you don't have that branch on our local repo? How do we get that, as doing a checkout will not work?
Moving between different branches is tricky if you don't remember all the steps, but you can always bookmark this page.
Doing a diff is very simple and easy, just remember the following command, and you are set for life.