Git has a way to execute scripts when a Git command is performed. It will help you to perform some automated actions while you or one of your team members executes a Git command. The uses of these scripts are unlimited and very easy to set up. It will be very helpful to get notifications, format code, deploy websites, perform tasks on folders, and so on.
There are two types of hooks, depending on the commands:
There are many types of hooks for the client side; we choose to present the two most-known kinds. The first hook,
pre-commit, works with ...