Getting Started with Visual Studio Code : Part 2

Learn how to work with Git repository in Visual Studio Code – an ultra-fast code editor!

In order to start, you need to have a Git Repository at your local machine. You can have it in multiple ways, some are given below.

Install Git Client on your machine if you haven’t already from  git-scm.com/downloads and initialize your project folder with git configuration using “git init” command.

Git init CommandFigure 1 Initialize Folder with “git init

Clone a Git Repository from any Git Repository Provider, be it github, BitBucket, GitLab or any other, they are so many out there.

Git RepositoryFigure 2 Clone Git Repository

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