Shorten default git commit process
When you need rush, it's hard to type all the repetitive commands. One such case appears with standard git commit process. You make atomic changes/additions and commit them with short descriptions, then push to the master/other branch.
There's a shorthand configuration for this process to be done in a matter of keyboard taps. Just make the following config and you are good to go:
git config --global alias.c '!git add --all && git commit -m' git config --global alias.p '!git push -u origin master'
With the above config, you type
git c following with a commit description to add all the changes and commit them. You type
git p to push them to the master branch.
git c 'change commit' git p