Date: Apr 30, 2021 at 7.24 WIB

There are commands that I use a lot when working with codebase and git is one of them. Here's how I work with git; using aliases so I can type faster and reaching to Sourcetree when necessary.

To enable the aliases, download the script (git-aliases.sh) and include it in your shell profile (eg. .bashrc, .zshrc) like so:

source /path/to/git-aliases.sh

For more context on how it works, check this video (3 min):

[https://youtu.be/5mhgMNEmU-E](https://youtu.be/5mhgMNEmU-E)

https://youtu.be/5mhgMNEmU-E

If you feel curious, check this link to see what other devs are using aliases for. Also check [git extras](<https://github.com/tj/git-extras>) to add extra power to your git. Example:

Using  from git extras to show insight from repository.

Using git summary from git extras to show insight from repository.

That's it for today. Till next!