5. Integration with Visual Studio Online

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Updated to VS Code 1.0!!!

Last time we discussed how to install Git and use it locally. Of course, Git is just a platform and it requires a provider, if you are not going to setup your own infrastructure. And if you are planning to create an open source project, which will be uploaded to a public repository, probably, you will use GitHub or Visual Studio Online as a provider. GitHub allows you to create an unlimited number of public repositories for free. But once you want to create a private repository, or want to have access to number of tools, which help you to support Software Development Life Cycle, it's better to use Visual Studio Online.

 

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      Abdella

      nice video, but what if you already have created an asp.net mvc web project, which you know want to put in visual studio online.

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