I’m a planning whore. It’s true. I’m one of those weirdos that really enjoys creating data flows, use cases, wireframes, and functional requirements documents. My bizarre predalictions aside, wireframes are a critical part of planning any website or web based application.
In part one of this series, you learned what Subversion is and how it can help you, in addition to the terms you’ll need to become familiar with in order to use Subversion in your development process. Part two of this series goes into more specific detail about potential development environments that may work for you.
As a web developer, hopefully you’re already using subversion, and this tutorial is utterly useless to you. If so, good job, and carry on! If you’re a web developer (or web designer, or web programmer, or are in any way creating files that display or do something on the internet) and you’re not using subversion (or any other version control), this tutorial is for you.