GIT is a distributed revision control and source code management system. It is free open source application, Git was first designed by Linus Torvalds for Linux kernel development.
- You can clone the Git repository as a local working copy.
- You can modify the local working copy by adding/editing files.
- You can also update the local working copy by taking other developer’s modification.
- You can review the changes and different before commit.
- Once you commit the changes. If everything is fine, then you push the changes to the repository.
- After committing, if you see something wrong, then you can restore the last commit and push the changes to the repository.