Published On August 22, 2018

Keeping Feature Branches Up To Date With Rebasing

Usually when you work on a feature branch, other team members add other things to, say, the master branch. You then need to get these changes into your feature branch, to keep it up to do. You could use merges for that, which somewhat litter your Git history, or use rebases, which might be a bit trickier to use, but keep your history clean. Learn how to do that in this episode.

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Keeping Feature Branches Up To Date With Rebasing

Usually when you work on a feature branch, other team members add other things to, say, the master branch. You then need to get these changes into your feature branch, to keep it up to do. You could use merges for that, which somewhat litter your Git history, or use rebases, which might be a bit trickier to use, but keep your history clean. Learn how to do that in this episode.

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