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Creating Reliable and Easy to Maintain Connections with Git Integration for Jira

Set up your Git Integration for Jira successfully! This GitKraken workshop explores best practices for setting up and maintaining integrations between Git and Jira. The session covers workflows for both Jira Data Center and Jira Cloud, highlighting important considerations for pre-planning, configuration, and troubleshooting common issues. Discover tips to optimize integrations for large numbers of repositories, avoid rate limiting, leverage GitKraken's features for more efficient workflows, and more.

Code Suggestions in your Favorite Editor #GitKraken #shorts

Tired of tedious, disjointed code reviews? Code Suggest is here to help! Now, you can make suggested changes on your favorite editor – including Neovim, VS Code, and more – to simplify the review process. This is just example of someone on our "Dev Team" collaborating on a pull request with Code Suggest, making the review process smoother and more efficient for everyone involved. Check out the full demo here on YouTube!

How To Resolve "fatal: Not possible to fast-forward, aborting" Git Error

When working on a shared Git repository, you may sometimes see the "fatal: Not possible to fast-forward, aborting" error. This happens when your local branch and the remote branch have split, meaning the remote branch has new commits that are not in your local branch. In this article, we'll look at the steps to fix this error and talk about some good habits to prevent it in the future.

Advancements in Code Review: A Scientific Approach to Designing for Software Efficiency with GitKraken

Writing optimal code is crucial for developers, and human collaboration is key to achieving this. Code review tools are essential for maintaining the integrity of well-built products, which are vital for software development. We are a team of developers that love building tools that optimize our worlds. As engineers, designers and product managers, we identified many challenges in standard Git workflows that inhibited us from working more effectively together.

Conventional Commits using AI with GitLens in VSCode

Writing a good commit message is time-consuming. With GitLens, you can use AI providers like OpenAI, Anthropic, or Gemini to generate a commit message based on your staged changes in git. If you go to Settings and modify the prompt, you can also convert the commit to a "Conventional Commit" format, which provides context and helps with automations like generating changelogs.