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Practical Git: Remove unnecessary git tracking with .gitignore files

Practical Git: Remove unnecessary git tracking with .gitignore files

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Most projects have automatically generated files or folders from the operating system, applications, package managers etc. Usually, we don't want to include these types of things in our remote repos because they can clutter the git history/storage and are not applicable to everyone that works on the project. In this lesson, we show how to create a `.gitignore` file to ignore files and folders from being tracked by git.
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Most projects have automatically generated files or folders from the operating system, applications, package managers etc. Usually, we don't want to include these types of things in our remote repos because they can clutter the git history/storage and are not applicable to everyone that works on the project. In this lesson, we show how to create a .gitignore file to ignore files and folders from being tracked by git.

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