A powerful tool offered by both GitHub (GH) and BitBucket (BB) are so-called “Hooks” which allow certain actions in your repository to trigger other actions. BitBucket’s definition:
Hooks allow you to extend what Bitbucket does when the repository changes (for example, new code is pushed or a pull request is merged).
In this tutorial, I’m going to set up a BitBucket “POST” hook. My goal is to force all of my front-end machines to update their local clones of the main repository when a
git push is done on the