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Edit this README and commit your change to a topic branch
In Git, branches are cheap. You should use them whenever you're making changes to your repository. Edit this file by clicking on the edit icon.
Then make some changes to this README file.
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When you are done, click the dropdown arrow next to the save button - that will allow you to commit your changes to a new branch.
Create a pull request to contribute your changes back into master
Pull requests are the way to move changes from a topic branch back into the master branch.
Click on the Pull Requests page in the CODE hub, then click "New Pull Request" to create a new pull request from your topic branch to the master branch.
When you are done adding details, click "Create Pull request". Once a pull request is sent, reviewers can see your changes, recommend modifications, or even push follow-up commits.
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Congratulations! You've completed the grand tour of the CODE hub!
Choose and install one of these supported IDEs:
- Visual Studio
- Android Studio (with Team Services Plugin)
- Eclipse (with Team Explorer Everywhere)
- IntelliJ IDEA (with Team Services Plugin)
- Visual Studio Code (with Team Services Extension)
Then clone this repo to your local machine to get started with your own project.