Push Changes

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IDE

This article is applicable to the in-browser client, the universal desktop client and the classic Windows desktop client. For information about version control in the extension for Visual Studio, see Use version control in Visual Studio.

When you use third-party version control, you might need to synchronize your local version of the app with the remote repository. To add your changes to the remote repository and make them available to collaborators, you need to push your latest commits to the repository. You push changes from your local AppBuilder repository to your remote Git repository.

You can push multiple commits.

Prerequisites

  • Verify that your preferred AppBuilder client is running and you are logged in.
  • Verify that you have opened the code for your app.
  • Verify that you do not have pending changes.
    For uncommitted changes, version control icons appear in the Project Navigator. For more information, see Identify Pending Changes.

Procedure

In-Browser

  1. In the top menu bar, click Version ControlPush.
  2. If prompted, enter your login credentials for the Git provider.
  3. (Optional) Select the Remember credentials for the current browser session check box to preserve your login credentials for the Git provider in the current browser session.
  4. Click OK.

Universal

  1. In the top menu bar, click Version ControlPush.
  2. If prompted, enter your login credentials for the Git provider.
  3. (Optional) Select the Remember credentials for the current session check box to preserve your login credentials for the Git provider in the current session.
  4. Click OK.

Windows

  1. In the top menu bar, click Version ControlPush.
  2. If prompted, enter your login credentials for the Git provider.
  3. (Optional) Select the Remember my credentials check box to preserve your login credentials for the Git provider in Windows Vault.
  4. Click OK.

Visual Studio

For information about version control in the extension for Visual Studio, see Use version control in Visual Studio.

CLI

This operation is applicable to the classic Windows desktop client and the in-browser client. With the command-line interface, you can use your preferred version control provider and tools.

Next Steps

If you have uncommitted changes, AppBuilder prompts you to commit them. After you commit or revert the pending changes, attempt to push the changes again.

If AppBuilder identifies differences between your latest commit and the remote repository, it prompts you to pull the changes and resolve any conflicts locally. After you resolve the conflicts and commit the changes, attempt to push the changes again.

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