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Android Studio IDE Quick Reference: A Pocket Guide to Android Studio Development by Ted Hagos

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© Ted Hagos 2019
Ted HagosAndroid Studio IDE Quick Referencehttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4953-6_9

9. Git

Ted Hagos1 
(1)
Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines
 
What this chapter covers:
  • How to get Git

  • Setting up GitHub in Android Studio

  • Sharing and cloning with GitHub

  • Sharing and cloning from other Git repos

Android Studio provides integration with quite a few version control systems, and one of the more popular version control systems is Git. In this chapter, you’ll look at how to use Git in Android Studio.

Getting Git

Git is available for macOS, Linux, and Windows. If you’re on macOS and you’ve installed the XCode CLI, chances are you already have Git. On Windows and Linux, you’ll have to get it somehow before you can proceed with the rest ...

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