Today I am writing about
hub, the GitHub wrapper that can help you save time when you don't want to leave the console(terminal) and still want to add git as version control to your project.
I find it very useful when I want to create a new project on Github to just type in the root of my project:
hub init hub create
These commands, if you have GitHub set up right, will create your repo on Github and also push the project. So we can already start branching or tagging.
Also if you ever want to find out more about what
hub can do. Just type
hub in the terminal like this:
This is just a fraction of what hub can do and I will also have to explore it more.
Hub installation and download instructions can be found here
I highly recommend you to try it, Dear Reader.
Will you take it for a test?
Thank you, Andrew Clayton for spotting a typo in the opening paragraph regarding Github instead of git.
Thank you @rhymes