Screencast Git Hooks Git

  • Josh Van Cleef
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  1. Lynn said

    Cool, but video is too short.

  2. Bladymir said

    Great Video. Just enough information to get started.

  3. Jean-Philippe Boily said

    Short and sweet :)

  4. Jonatas Emidio said

    I never heard about this feature in VCSs. Thanks for this short but useful video!

  5. Alisson Patrick said

    Nice video!

  6. Juraj Michalek said

    Thanks. Short and useful.

  7. Alex said

    Nice, but too short.

  8. joniamir said

    Nice but short.

  9. Borja Martín Fernández said

    I wont say it's too short, because i love simplicity. Simply, I will request more :) Maybe a service-side hooks tutorial will be a great contribution. Good Job!

  10. Abdulaziz said

    Nicely done.

  11. Arthur Barros said

    Nice, thanks

  12. Dylen Brandon Rivera said

    Fantastic! Quick and to the point!

  13. Manoj H L said

    sweet hooks

  14. Volodymyr Klymniuk said

    thanks, good video

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  16. jaminscript said

    I teach Web Development and still have issues with students not pushing their work online and then "losing" their copy on their flash drive. The post-commit push is totally going to solve this problem! I am excited to introduce it in class tomorrow!

  17. danielng01 said

    Really cool thank you :)

About This Screencast

Git Hooks are a useful tool for automating parts of your git workflow. This screencast demonstrates a few examples and shows you how to implement your own hooks.

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