How To Use GitHub with Xcode

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In this short video, I will show you how to set up a GitHub repository. Then I show you how to use the new remote repository within Xcode giving you easy source control management and backup. Remote repositories are a must for teams, but I feel solo developers may benefit just as much.

So take three minutes, and learn how to make the workflow seamless and painless in Xcode.

7 comments

  1. but it is a folder in a folder – i think it should be one subfolder less

    1. Right, no reason you cannot go that route. I do it this way to accommodate any other files that I might not want in the repo. Some times temporary reference documents or things like that where it would be too annoying to add to the .gitignore.

      1. ah – good idea

      2. ah – good idea

      3. mhh – but i mean more the github folders – 3 times the repo name 🙂 github.com/user/name/name/name

      4. mhh – but i mean more the github folders – 3 times the repo name 🙂 github.com/user/name/name/name

  2. Thanks for the video. It also works with GitLab.

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