An introduction to using Git at an enterprise level.

Easy-to-read CSS formatting allows for the user to hover over any indented flags or words to know more about what they do for each command ran or know based on highlighted text when to replace with their own information.

Being a junior developer using version control at a high-level can be daunting, especially when you are thrown into a new project. This static webpage can introduce you to the concepts in simple language.

Accordian-style sections so you can focus on one part at a time and get a brief description of each section.

Step-by-step instructions for any skill level of developer, made with minimal CSS and Vanilla JavaScript.

An easy 'Copy to Clipboard' button to speed up learning.

Technologies used:

  • HTML5

  • CSS3 + Skeleton CSS Boilerplate

  • Vanilla JavaScript

Technical Description:

A static web app for teaching Junior Developers Git at a higher level, project has been maintained by me since 2018. The majority of the app's logic has to do with the accordian-style presentation, which took custom JavaScript DOM manipulation as well as custom CSS on top of the Skeleton Boilerplate.