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When and how should I learn Command Line and Git Hub?

I have learned HTML, CSS & JAVASCRIPT. Now I came to know that Command Line and GIT are must for being a web developer but Sololearn does not have any course for either of them? Alomg with your helpful answer also please advise me some good resources to learn these. Thanks in advance

3/4/2018 2:27:22 PM

Kadir

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We use www.bitbucket.org

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Hlo @kadir well its more useful when developing with group members.. Its nothing hard gitbash is a application terminal. There are many video tutorials in YouTube.

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Hlo @kadir checkout gitbash and learn its good for every developer. Its version controlling so very useful

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Which command line? Linux has sh, bash, csh and ksh to name but a few. Windows has the command shell and PowerShell. GitHub and Git are not one and the same. Git is a distributed revision control system while GitHub is a commercial enterprise which hosts git repositories. See... https://github.com https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/GitHub https://git-scm.com https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Git

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okay. @Martin I need to understand what role does command line and git and guthub play in making u a web developer. for example. I have a windows laptop and no linux enviroment. Guide me how can I learn comand line in that, which is important for deploying websites basically.

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Hi @Prabin Thanks mate. Do I need any tutorial to get started with gitbash???

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The command line and github play a very small part, if any, in making you a web developer. Github is a service which provides online storage for git repositories. Git is a distributed version control system. The use of a version control system on your project is a good idea if you use it correctly. Note that git is not the only version control system available there are many free and commercial offerings... https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Version_control https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_version_control_software ...and github is not the only online repository storage provider. Some IDEs provide integration with version control systems or can be configured to use one so you don't have to use the command line. Some version control systems also have gui front ends available. If you insist on using the command line then you first need to understand the fundamentals of version control in general and your chosen software in particular, be that git or whatever. For git try.... https://git-scm.com/docs https://www.tutorialspoint.com/git/index.htm