Clone a Remote Git Repo to Visual Studio as a Local Git Repo

In this article, we will demonstrate how to clone a Remote Git Repo to your local Development Machine to be a Local Git Repo

First, find the link to “clone” a remote repository to your local machine.

From the App Search, type in “Visual Studio Code”, then select Visual Studio Code to start it.

 

Then

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Copy and Paste the Clone HTTS URL at the “Clone from GitHub” drop-down edit box.

It will prompt you to select a location of the repo

If not already created, create a new directory to hold the camp projects

Name your new folder to something that is reasonable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Repo Name should show up as the name of the Project.