Github is an open-source platform that provides hosting for software development version control using Git.
For Users familiar with Git, pushing commits is usually done by running the following commands:
Git add ., then Git commit -m "commit message", and finally Git push origin branch-name.
Sometimes, writing these codes line by line and waiting for each line to execute seems like a lot and thankfully, there is a workaround.
For Windows users, with Powershell, these commands can be run at once in the following manner:
; to separate each command, they can be typed at once and run sequentially. Awesome right!!
The result is the same:
As seen above, the commands are executed and run sequentially like a single command.
This approach is, therefore, more productive and makes pushing commits easier. Enjoy!