Great article! Looking forward to seeing more, I especially like the gifs. Might be worth noting that 'git add .' is specifically referencing files inside of this directory, so if like me you sometimes 'cd' to other places within your git repo, 'git add .' wont add all the files that changed, just the ones that changed within your current directory. You can do things like 'git add ../../' to add the files from directories higher up the tree.
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