Git cheat sheet saves you time when you just can’t remember a specific command. It is hard to memorize all the important Git commands as a newbie, most times Senior Developers forget too. This is why you need a reference you can come back to when you get stuck.

In this article, I’d show you the basic Git commands to help you learn Git, and more advanced concepts around Git branches, remote repositories, reverting changes, and more. At the end of this article, I’d also show you some Version Control Best Practices.

Let’s get started :)

Cheat Sheet Contents

I believe you already know git and you probably should be using it, but in case you don’t know:

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git manages your source code history and versions. More details here

Here’s the cheat sheet. You can also find it here;

Version Control Best Practises


Git is a tricky tool to get your head around. Knowing the commands is one thing, but knowing how and when to use them is another. This cheat-sheet would come in handy whenever you forget any command.

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