Git is a version control system (VCS) and it is used to help you keep track of your changes and develop large projects in large teams. It is also a source code management (SCM) tool.
To create a git project you should:
git initin the command prompt; this will make that folder a git folder
git add hello.txtin the command prompt; this tells git that you want to track changes made in
git commit -m "I wrote something in my hello file"; this tells git to save the changes;
-m "message"is used to add comment about what you have changed
git add hello.txtin the command prompt
git commit -m "edit hello.txt file" in the command prompt
In your project folder you will have a hidden folder
.git where you have
a history of changes.
You will learn how to see those changes graphically.