If you have been using Git for some time now – you might have used “git stash”. Below are some useful tips on this command – I am sure you will find something new you will learn in this article and if you are new to git stash – you will learn some super cool […]
Open up an Administrative level Command Prompt and run tasklist or netstat -ano | findstr :portNumber to see all of the running processes: C:\Users\Hussain>tasklist C:\Users\Hussain>netstat -ano | findstr :portNumber ( in this case port 3000) C:\Users\Hussain>Taskkill /PID /F Below is the screenshot of the above steps performed.
Follow the below steps: git checkout develop git pull git checkout <your-branch-name> git merge develop The above steps will merge the changes from develop into your branch and probably create a new commit, with a comment making it clear that it’s a merge. There are other ways do to update the local branch, i would say […]
Many times when working with date and times in select, where – the data doesn’t show up in the result window or is not in the format we are looking for. SQL server provides with some build in functions to format the date and time string for you. When using date time the most common […]