In this video, I show you how to use the new GitHub user experience in Visual Studio 2019 to collaborate with other software developers using pull requests. This new experience will find its way into the new Visual Studio 2022, so what you learn in this video will carry over nicely.
Ideal pre-requisites: 1. Watch my video on the new Visual Studio 2019 Git experience: https://youtu.be/gkDASVE_Hdg 2. Watch my video on the new Visual Studio 2019 GitHub experience: https://youtu.be/gkDASVE_Hdg 3. Install Visual Studio 2019 on your local computer (any edition, including the free Community Edition) and update it to version 16.10.3 (or greater) 4. Download and configure Git on your local computer 5. Create a GitHub account 6. Either watch the video with a friend or create a second 'fake' collaborator account.
Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:10 Setup your computer and GitHub account(s) 01:23 Connect Visual Studio 2019 to GitHub 02:38 Create a Visual Studio project 03:36 Add the VS project to Git source control and push to GitHub 05:21 Fork the GitHub repo 07:37 Clone the forked repo 10:16 Create a branch and modify the code 12:18 Commit the code locally and push to GitHub 15:00 Send a pull request to start a collaboration 17:54 Review pull request 28:30 Collaborating in the same repo 31:30 Wrap up