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Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
Branch to branch by Photis Patriotis
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  • 1. Branch to Branch Making GIT Workflows Work
  • 2. Assumptions ● You’ve used GIT ● You’ve branched something ● You’ve merged something ● You’ve tagged something ● You’ve messed something up pretty badly
  • 3. What is a branch?
  • 4. Why is GIT Workflow Important ● Communicate Releases ● Testing (Manual and Automated) ● Code reviews ● Hot Fixes ● Semantic Versioning ● Work as both a team and individuals
  • 5. Base Branches /develop /master
  • 6. Feature Branches Pull Request /develop /feature/descriptive-name /master
  • 7. Tags / Versioning v1.0.0 v1.1.0 /develop /master Testing
  • 8. Hot Fix Pull Request /develop /master /hot-fix/descriptive-name v1.3.0 v1.3.1
  • 9. Release/Staging Branch v2.0.0v1.3.0 /develop /master /release/v2.0.xTesting
  • 10. Advanced Flows
  • 11. Large Features / Epics Pull Request + Code Walkthrough Pull Request /epic/descriptive-name/develop /develop /master /epic/descriptive-name/sub-feature
  • 12. Multiple Concentrations /android/develop /android/master /ios/develop /ios/master /server/develop /server/master /master server-v1.0.0 ios-v2.7.0 android-v3.3.0 android-v3.4.0 ios-v3.0.0 server-v1.1.0
  • 13. Forking Repos ● Organic ● Role Based ● Many Implementations
  • 14. Branch Permissions
  • 15. Resources ● gitflow ○ http://nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model/ ○ http://danielkummer.github.io/git-flow-cheatsheet/ ● Distributed Workflows ○ http://git-scm.com/book/en/Distributed-Git-Distributed-Workflows ○ https://www.atlassian.com/git/workflows ● Semantic Versioning ○ http://semver.org/

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