If you’ve never used Git for your projects before, essentially, it tracks text changes, but its actual definition is a version control system. It’s the go-to standard for code versioning because of its distributed nature, as opposed to centralized Apache Subversion (SVN).

Git is the most commonly used version control system. Git tracks the changes you make to files, so you have a record of what has been done, and you can revert to specific versions should you ever need to. Git also makes collaboration easier, allowing changes by multiple people to all be merged into one source.

Installing Git

To check if you have Git installed in your system, run in your terminal:

git version
## git version 2.30.1 (Apple Git-130)

If you don’t have it yet, follow the instructions on :

https://git scm.com/downloads.

Mac users can install it with brew: brew install git 

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