Let’s start with defining the meaning of GIT.
GIT – is an open-source system which we use as a tool to store data and information in order to manage versions of a certain software while in both the development and post-development stages.
GIT basically takes a picture of what all your files look like at that moment and stores a reference to that snapshot, it saves those files no matter their file extensions as a group of snapshots that are the “copies” of those files, which makes it very efficient.
GIT assist developers in managing codes , coordination with other team members and assists us in tracking new changes in the software files.
GIT creates solidarity, and through this solidarity, the progress of work is much faster and more efficient.
And most importantly, since GIT is a version control system, each of her libraries is considered a database on itself with full documentation and version change tracking options, regardless of network access or central server, meaning that every small detail does not exist on one or two workstations, it exists on all workstations simultaneously.
The GIT system was created in 2005 and, as of now, considered the most popular version control system, you can use the software on websites like the famous GITHUB, or GITLAB.