In this video, I start with a fresh Android Studio IDE, without Git installed. I install git.exe from git-scm.com, and test it with git bash. Then, I restart Android Studio and show how to clone a project from GitHub. The project builds, and then I give a quick introduction to the "9: Version Control" tab in Android Studio, and show how it can be used to navigate your Git project. I compare this view to GitHub's Insights - Network graph, which shows a similar view of branches that have been created and merged over time. Finally, I show how to go back in time, and change our source code to a previous revision in commit history. This video is part of a playlist, available at: 🤍🤍youtube.com/watch?v=kPen2ayMWIg&list=PL73qvSDlAVVgRp1aUnPHO0P1nzU1HPj0- All source code is freely available on GitHub, at: 🤍github.com/discospiff/MyPlantDiaryQ
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