Install and Use GitHub Extension in Visual Studio 2017

In this article, I will explore the GitHub Extension for Visual Studio 2017 by answering the below questions:

  • What’s the Git?
  • What’s the GitHub?
  • What’s the Repository?
  • What’s the GitHub Extension for Visual Studio 2017?
  • How to install the GitHub Extension for Visual Studio 2017?
  • How to update the GitHub Extension for Visual Studio 2017?
  • How to set the GitHub as the default Source Control plugin for the new solution in Visual Studio 2017?
  • How to use the GitHub Extension for Visual Studio 2017?
    • Connect.
    • Create.
    • Clone.
  • What’re the main GitHub Extension functionalities?
    • Changes.
    • Branch.
    • Issue.
    • Pull Request.
    • Wiki.
    • Fetch.
    • Pull.
    • Commit.
    • Sync.
    • Push.
  • How to add a new solution to GitHub?
  • How to add an existing solution to GitHub?
  • Known Issue.
  • How to make a Private Repository?
  • How to delete a GitHub Repository?

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