Use Git repositories to host and collaborate on your code using Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) or Team Foundation Server (TFS).
Get started by creating a repo, uploading your code, and inviting developers to work in the repo. You can use any one of these clients or IDEs:
Or, you can import an existing repo from GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, or other location to a new, empty repo.
Learn the basics of working in Git with these tutorials which show tasks performed using Visual Studio or the command line.
- Clone an existing repo
- Save work with commits
- Create work in branches
- Share code with push
- Update code with fetch and pull
- Review code with pull requests
- Review history
- History in Git
- Branch organization
- Pull requests
- Branch policies
- Customize and extend pull request workflows with pull request status
- How we use Git at Microsoft