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tomorrow i have a presentation of a webapp but last night i decided to change the ui. i am not done yet and this frontend is driving me nuts.

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  • 4
    I hope you are coding the new UI in a feature branch
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    no version control this time. fortunately it works. but i don't like how and i fear the consequences of showing a computer-illiterate audience a version that will differ from the final one...
  • 2
    No version control? Jeeze...
  • 4
    Version control ALL the time
  • 1
    you are totally right. i still have to get used to that. 🙄
  • 3
    @ScriptCoded that's something I was wondering about. Should I use Git for websites (HTML and CSS only)
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    @DawidCyron Yeah definitely. Anything that's plaintext and not compiled binaries :)
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    @DawidCyron whenever you want to track your progress.

    in this case i have to code on two machines and can use git on only one what makes it a bit difficult...
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    @erroronline1 set up a cloud git repository of choice (gitlab, GitHub, azure dev ops etc). That will solve your problem of having to use two machines... You just pull and push your changes.

    Unless you're saying you physically can't use git on one of the machines
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    @BashouT unfortunately exactly this is the case here. sometimes i code for work to make office tasks more efficient but its not my real job and the it of my hospital does not intend installing git for craftsmen
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    @erroronline1 There must be a portable version of git
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    @Ederbit @erroronline1 You can apparently download a tarball of it and make the solution to run it directly. Not sure exactly of the nuances, but I'm sure there's a way.
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    omg it was indeed just one duck away! i'll try git portable as soon as possible. thank you guys for your inspiration!
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