Git gui bash and Jenkins

Git, GitHub, Java, Git GUI, Git bash, Ant, Source Control Management (SCM), CI/CD, DevOps, Jenkins, Version Control
Git gui bash and Jenkins
File Size :
1.85 GB
Total length :
4h 31m



Prashant Naik


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Git gui bash and Jenkins

What you’ll learn

Understand the Concepts of Version Control.
Learn the Git operation and able to use commandline as well as GUI tool.
How to create Repository in GitHub.
How to integrate Git client with GitHub.
Understand the communication between Local to Remote repository in detail.
Installing and configuring the Jenkins.
Integrating Git and Build Environment with Jenkins.
Creating a simple Java project and enable this as a Git project.
How the build xml file is used in the Invoke Ant call.
Knowledge about Jenkins workspace and how the build xml file reads source code from this workspace.

Git gui bash and Jenkins


No Programming experience needed.


In this course, each topic is explained in detail to help the learner to understand the concept deeply. The course starts with basic concepts and the implementation of that concepts.  The course teaches git functionalities using both command-based and GUI,  how to set up Jenkins, and how to integrate Jenkins with Git.  You will also get a basic idea of how to use the Ant script. This script is used to build the java project.  Those who have not experienced Java can easily understand the Java project example in this course. The version control terminologies like a local repository, remote repository, check-in (push), check-out(pull), merge, commit, etc are explained and implemented using Git. You can find these operations are implemented using Git Bash and also using Git GUI. The developers can use Git bash or Git GUI whichever they are comfortable with. Each practical lab is started from scratch so that students can understand the end-to-end process clearly. The implementation follows the proper sequence so that developers can know what actually they have to do while learning.GitHub is used as the Remote repository. You can find a detailed explanation of how to create the repository, initialize the repository, and how we can commit the changes directly in GitHub. The comparison between Local commits and Remote commits is explained during the practical exercise.This course also covers Git installation, Git configuration, Jenkins Installation, Jenkins Configuration, and GitHub Configuration.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 What is git, git gui, git bash

Section 2: Installation and Configuration

Lecture 2 GitHub Configuration

Lecture 3 Git Installation

Lecture 4 Git Configuration

Section 3: Understand the Git Terminologies

Lecture 5 init

Lecture 6 add

Lecture 7 Commit

Lecture 8 push & remote

Lecture 9 Implementation – using learnt Git Operation

Section 4: Jenkins Setup

Lecture 10 Installation and configuration

Lecture 11 Git configuration

Lecture 12 Ant configuration

Section 5: Integrate Git with Jenkins

Lecture 13 Implement Java project

Section 6: Complex Git Operations – Part 1

Lecture 14 HEAD

Lecture 15 Detached HEAD

Lecture 16 Fetch

Lecture 17 Merge: Fast-forward

Lecture 18 Merge: 3-Way merge commit

Lecture 19 Pull: Fast-forward

Lecture 20 Pull: 3-Way merge commit

Section 7: Lab 1 – Git & Jenkins

Lecture 21 Implement Java project

Section 8: Complex Git Operations – Part 2

Lecture 22 Branch – merge different kinds of branches

Beginners who want to start their career in DevOps,Experienced professionals who want to learn CI/CD

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 4h 31m | 1.85 GB
Created by: Prashant Naik

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