Github Desktop Azure Devops

github desktop azure devops

GitHub Desktop and Azure DevOps are two separate tools, but they can be integrated to work together.

Azure DevOps is a set of tools for software development and collaboration, including version control, project management, and continuous integration and delivery. One of the version control options in Azure DevOps is Git, which can be used with GitHub Desktop to work on code locally, and then push the changes to an Azure DevOps repository.

To integrate GitHub Desktop with Azure DevOps, you would need to:

Create a new Azure DevOps project and repository for your code.
Clone the repository to your local machine using GitHub Desktop.
Make changes to the code using GitHub Desktop and commit them to your local repository.
Push the changes to the remote repository in Azure DevOps using GitHub Desktop.

You can also use GitHub’s Azure DevOps integration to connect your GitHub repository with an Azure DevOps project, this way you can use the same repo for both services, and you can also use Azure DevOps pipelines and other features to automate your CI/CD and other DevOps workflows.

It’s important to note that there are different ways and different tools to achieve this integration, depending on your needs and your team’s preferences. It’s advisable to take a look at Azure DevOps documentation to have a clear understanding of how to use it and integrate it with other tools.


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