Version control is a fundamental aspect of modern software development and project management. As automation engineers and programmers collaborate on intricate projects, ensuring seamless coordination, tracking changes, and preserving an organized history of revisions becomes imperative. The challenges arise when multiple individuals work simultaneously on the same project, leading to potential conflicts, unclear accountability for modifications, and difficulties in identifying and rectifying issues. This is where Version Control Interfaces come into play, providing a systematic approach to managing project files and codebase changes efficiently.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.solisplc.com/tutorials/an-introduction-to-tia-portals-version-control-interface-using-git-and-github