An interactive reference tool for Git commands

How many times before did you forget that one important but tricky to write git command? There's where this handy tool comes to rescue!
โœ… 25+ git commands, their usage and their description, available on search
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Hunting what my Twitter friends once created! ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿš€ ๐Ÿ‘ The GitCommands app The interactive way to learn git! A lot of times including me, we forget what that one Git command was. In tricky situations, the tool will always come in handy! Made by @naveenkharwar0, @harsh98trivedi and @thesassycoder on Twitter! Let us know if you โค๏ธ'ed it ๐Ÿ˜ธ
I like it! Adding to my collection. Will share with my interns
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@arthur_tkachenko Thank You :) please give feedback what to improve.
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@arthur_tkachenko thanks a lot. โ˜บ๏ธ
Seems like you guys are here to be rude with the world and not actually answer the question. a basic search isn't an interactive learning experience. Make it more user centric with a proper visual art and some animated web flows so then it becomes a proper interactive way of learning. Its a total downvote from me pros: none cons : ripoff
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@captainandheri thanks, now it's a proper feedback containing description of what we should change in app. Would pass the message to makers :) Peace
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@kumar_abhirup Have gratitude that you are getting criticism on your product and not react on it. Definetly disappointed with the above reply. You are young but quite talented. Learn and grow :) cheers
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@captainandheri thanks for the advice๐Ÿ™Œ
i definitely believe there are opportunities to help people learn git and make better use of git. Consider adding a instruction sets. For example: check out from remote repository, then make changes, then commit and push to remote. Or steps to create and update new branch.
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@aaron_sperling thanks a lot for feedback ๐Ÿ™Œ instruction set sounds like a cool idea. I'll pass the message to the makers :)
@aaron_sperling We'll try to work on it soon. Thanks for your valuable feedback Aaron. โ˜บ๏ธ
The lamest app I have ever come across on ProductHunt. Looks like a project you'd expect from teenagers.
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@shubham_aggarwal3 we made it just to learn and when we share it to people they started loving it and we are planning to make it better. Thank You