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How to – add an existing project to GitHub through command line
Category: Git,GitHub Author: Nishant Rana Date: 2 months ago Comments: 0

Sharing for quick reference ! Create a new repository in GitHub and copy its URL. https://github.com/new Go to the project folder and run git init command to initialize the local directory as Git repository. Download Git for Windows git init Add the files to this new local repository git add . Commit the files to … Continue reading “How to – add an existing project to GitHub through command line”
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Working with Git Branches in Visual Studio 2019
Category: Git,GitHub,Visual Studio,visual studio 2019 Author: Nishant Rana Date: 7 months ago Comments: 0

Continuing our previous posts, let us now see how we can work with branches within Visual Studio 2019. Branches give the option to isolate the work from the original code base, this way we could have a developer(s) working on bug fixes, new features etc. which then can be merged back to the master branch … Continue reading “Working with Git Branches in Visual Studio 2019”
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Perform basic Git operations with Visual Studio 2019
Category: Git,GitHub,Visual Studio,visual studio 2019 Author: Nishant Rana Date: 7 months ago Comments: 0

In the previous post, https://nishantrana.me/2019/10/21/getting-started-with-git-repository-in-visual-studio-2019/ we learned how to setup and  get started with Git Repository in Visual Studio 2019. In this post, we will learn how to perform some of the basic operations like commit, push, fetch, pull, etc. and how to merge the conflicts. Let us open the solution created in the last … Continue reading “Perform basic Git operations with Visual Studio 2019”
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Getting started with Git Repository in Visual Studio 2019
Category: Git,GitHub,Visual Studio,visual studio 2019 Author: Nishant Rana Date: 7 months ago Comments: 0

Let us go through the steps to set up a Git Repository in Visual Studio 2019. Open Visual Studio 2019 Go to Tools à Option and Set Git as source control plugin (if not set) To create a new Repository, select Home àProjects and New Repository. Provide the path and click on Create. Click on the … Continue reading “Getting started with Git Repository in Visual Studio 2019”
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