Gui or console to work with git repositories?

Actually not so long ago began to use git, I use the usual git which is how bash and GUI are also more pleasant the program interface of smartgit.

Now I can not understand why use the console if the gui provides more information and opportunities in visual contact?

Are there any fundamental differences and does it matter to the employer, you are using the console or gui?
June 10th 19 at 16:20
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June 10th 19 at 16:22
Solution
in 90% of cases you just don't need "more information and opportunities in visual contact".
you just need to enter 4-5 teams, the result of which you will know by heart.
but there are these 4-5 teams don't even need to enter instead of click-click enteritis bear :) - Maximo commented on June 10th 19 at 16:25
and visual information like anything besides wood and junk that completely covers the built-in Git GUI.
Git conflicts are typically able to highlight any adequate IDE

and if yuzaete GitHub, Jira, BitBucket, and it's all there. - Finn_Emmerich commented on June 10th 19 at 16:28
, most use git's built-in IDE or editor. Ie people in the same window where you wrote code - customizing hotkeys can also press one button and execute the command. - Rosendo_Hess commented on June 10th 19 at 16:31
I agree, I do not support the interface version
but I still I was wondering - Maximo commented on June 10th 19 at 16:34
June 10th 19 at 16:24
Solution
It all depends on the tasks and tools, not all gui provides the necessary functionality. In the same Atom normal gui appeared recently.
If you prefer to use the tool, you use it and don't really care which console or gui.
June 10th 19 at 16:26
Solution
Just the people we like to pretend that they are cool programmers and don't need a GUI, but actually there is no difference for basic actions, you are using the console or GUI. That's who he used to or as you prefer, some prefer to visually see the tree branches, head, and where you commitish or rebases, but someone really familiar and faster in the console dial command.
Honestly, I thought so, but decided not to complicate your life, WebStorm has a built-in terminal in which you can use the GUI to view the history komitov, and topic branches are not yet understood so far, don't feel a need, but at least I know that there is a certain program which gives the ability to monitor only the branches without unnecessary - Maximo commented on June 10th 19 at 16:29
Yes Branches there as is, but the downside is that the color scheme of the terminal just does not change, and may not be changed - Finn_Emmerich commented on June 10th 19 at 16:32

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