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.



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.