Why Git Is A Great Documentation Management Tool. But to take full advantage of the power of Git, we need a text-based document format. We need to find another tool, not MS Word. You need to create a document or a set of document. Git, Markdown. Git is a development tool.
Sometimes not only documentation but also the process of working on it may be critical. For example, in the case of projects, the lion’s share of the work is related to preparing documentation, and the wrong process may lead to errors and even loss of information, and, consequently, loss of time and benefits. But even if this topic is not central to your work, the right process can still improve the quality of the document and save you time.
The approach outlined here has a low entry threshold. Technically, tomorrow you can start working in a new way.
You need to create a document or a set of documents. Perhaps this is project documentation or your network logging, or something simpler. For example, you need to describe the processes inside the company or your department. In general, we are talking about any document or set of documents containing text, figures, tables… Let’s complicate the task by the fact that:
10 years ago, the approach would have been quite unambiguous: we would have created an MS Word document or documents and somehow organized editing.
This approach is still valid. It is even used by large integrators when creating project documentation. However, it is intuitively clear that if your work on a document is long-term, intensive, and includes many edits and discussions, this approach is not quite convenient.
Git vs Github: Difference Between Git and Github. GitHub makes collaboration easy with for Git. Git is helps you learn the basic functionality of version control while GitHub lets you expand in a usage. You can even add more features to your project with the help of GitHub Marketplace.
There are lots of GitHub-flavoured markdown tricks 🔮 These are some of our favourite markdown hacks: ✔️ "kbd" tags ✔️ "details" and "summary" tags ✔️ HEX colour code visualisation ✔️ drag and drop images and videos
In today's video, we are doing to learn about what is GIT & Github and why should we use them. Git is a distributed version control system for tracking changes in source code during software development.
Naz talks about the differences and similarities between Git and Github. A very common question amongst the programming community. Let's settle this once and for all.
Git & Github Tutorial for beginners. Learn Git and Github basics from Andrei Neagoie of Zero To Mastery. This in-depth tutorial will teach how to use Git and Github and walk you through you a full workflow. Github knowledge is something every developer should know. It's a key requirement for many employers and for contributing to open-source projects.