Who is not talking about Git or GitHub? In one of our recent user group meetings, someone asked how many Pull Requests have you done so far in any of open source projects on GitHub. I realized many developers in the room were puzzled with the phrase Pull Request. In this post I will explain some basic Git terminology and explore basic Git commands which will help you get started with Git. In a later post I plan to show you how you can work with Git-based Source Control and Visual Studio 2013.
Let us start with understanding basic terminologies:
A Repository is a space where projects reside. Repository can be on a local computer or at an online host like GitHub or Team Foundation Server (TFS). If you are working in project then a Repository is basic unit of working . It will contain all the files, images etc. needed for the project. It should always contains a readme file, which describes the project