Working with Git/GitHub Branches and Pull Requests in Visual Studio 2019: Hands On Example

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Brandan Jones

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Start with a C# Razor Page project that has been committed to a GitHub repository. Create a new branch, and add simple features into that branch, using ViewData[] to move data from codebehind to HTML. Then, add more advanced logic, including a query parameter with Request.Query. Push to the new branch. Create a pull request on GitHub. Comment on the pull request, then merge the pull request into the master branch. Return to Visual Studio, change to master branch, and then synchronize to get changes.

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Working with Git/GitHub Branches and Pull Requests in Visual Studio 2019: Hands On Example
Working with Git/GitHub Branches and Pull Requests in Visual Studio 2019: Hands On Example
Working with Git/GitHub Branches and Pull Requests in Visual Studio 2019: Hands On Example
Working with Git/GitHub Branches and Pull Requests in Visual Studio 2019: Hands On Example
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Mohammad Nikravan
2021-10-27 16:05:45

It was nothing about "Pull Requests in Visual Studio 2019"! You managed and checked the changes in GitHub not visual studio and then sync it. I recommend changing the title

Tony Tang
2021-07-16 15:41:56

If you just want to learn how to merge branches, start from jDViXgYynkg&t=12m47s 12:47 . Brandan did a good job showing an easy & simple way.

Ryan Perry
2021-05-21 03:50:07

75% of this was nothing to do with branching. You could have just said 'I made these changes, then walked through merges / branches, etc.

krutoyinfo
2021-03-07 05:14:51

o my gash - what is "gash"?

Heriberto Lugo
2021-03-04 05:57:26

i think this couldve been just a tad better if you stay focused. the video (judging from the title) was meant to explain github branching in visual studio. not a primer into what a variable is, how lines must be terminated with semicolon, what ViewData is and how to use it.. those would deserve their own dedicated videos. when you go to explain something there should be some assumptions of what is already known, what should already be known. someone using github should already know about different datatypes. Imagine if every video on any given topic would explain every single aspect in the assumption that the viewer has no knowledge about anything in programming. i did not thumbs up nor thumbs down. But 12 minutes in and the subject of the title is just being discussed.

other than that, it was good. explaining about comments in the commit before merge, etc. thanks for sharing.

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