I stumbled across a great little resource the other day, the Git Command Explorer. It looks beautiful and has already been super useful.
Find the right commands you need without digging through the web.
Git is super useful and I don’t know how I ever managed before I found it. But the commands I use all the time, I’ve created aliases for. Then when I need to do something that I haven’t done for a few weeks, or even months, I can’t remember what it is I’m looking for. That’s where Git Command Explorer comes to the rescue.
You can choose from a dropdown list what it is that you’re trying to do, and many of the options then have another dropdown for further refinement, and it spits out the Git commands that you need to achieve it. There’s also some helpful notes.
Now it’s not telling you anything that can’t be found in the Git Reference Manual, but it is an awful lot more accessible!