Version Control - Tag

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A tag is a snapshot of the whole source code at a current time.

A tag is generally made after a successful build on the master branch to release the code.

It's then called a named or numbered releases.

The creation of a tag in a continuous deployment environment will trigger the creation and distribution of the release artifact.

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