Flutter Tutorial - Upload Flutter Project To GitHub [2021]

Flutter Tutorial - Upload Flutter Project To GitHub [2021]

Upload your Flutter Project to GitHub to store your source code within a version control system and to share it with your team.

Upload your Flutter Project to GitHub to store your source code within a version control system and to share it with your team.

Source Code | https://github.com/JohannesMilke/flutter_to_github_example

TIMELINE

  • 0:00 Introduction Upload Flutter Project To GitHub
  • 0:22 Install Git
  • 0:45 Setup Git Username
  • 1:15 Setup Git Email
  • 1:33 Initialize Local Git Repository
  • 2:08 Initialize Remote GitHub Repository
  • 3:03 Connect Local Repo & Remote Repo
  • 3:24 Push Flutter Project To GitHub
  • 3:58 Push Changes To GitHub

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