Understanding Commits in App Development

How Your App's Code Stays Safe and Organized

In the world of building apps with Crowdbotics, a "commit" is like taking a snapshot of your project at a specific moment. It's a way to save and track changes you make to your app's code.

How it Works:

  • Save Your Changes: When you work on your app and make improvements or fixes, you "commit" those changes. It's like saving your progress in a video game.

  • Add a Note: Each commit comes with a short message, explaining what you did. This note helps you remember later and tells others what changed.

Why It's Important:

  • Keep Track: Commits help you keep track of all the changes you've made. It's a history of your app's development.

  • Work Together: If you're in a team, commits let everyone see what's happening and avoid messing up each other's work.

  • Stay Safe: If something goes wrong, you can go back to a previous commit. It's like having a safety net for your app.

The Commit Log:

This is a list of all the commits you've made. It's like a timeline of your app's journey from the start to now.

Learn more about commits and their role in app development.