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JavaScript Express Basics (2015) Getting Started with Express Install Express.js

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Vince Varga
Vince Varga
15,338 Points

The video for a given stage will indicate which branch to checkout. ... To begin with progress up until a certain video, for example "S2V2": git checkout S2V2

Basically this means that you have to change branches in order to see the code up until video X.

You can change the branch also on the Github web UI (look for: Branch: master dropdown button).

If you don't understand what is git, checkout, you can watch the Git Basics course.

Arshan Khanifar
Arshan Khanifar
11,497 Points

Hey man, thank you so much! Yeah, I kinda figured that out after a couple videos but decided to leave the question here so that if anyone else like me had no experience with git, they don't get thrown off by it. Also, thanks for the git basics link, I'll definitely check that out!