Alyson and Kyle demonstrate what a traditional workflow should look like within an organization.
In this video, we used
git branch --remote to get a list of all branches currently on the remote (or, said another way, on GitHub). We then used
git checkout followed by the name of the remote branch to download that branch locally. For example:
git checkout test_branch
You can read more about the git checkout command at the great Git SCM docs site.
If you’d like another visual example of what Alyson and Kyle did in this video, you can checkout the GitHub Flow documentation on the GitHub Guides site.
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