TUTORIAL: How to use GitHub in Codesphere

Apr 9 · 1 min read

Codesphere is a simple and powerful development platform that combines a collaborative IDE, GitOps, and cloud services to streamline the development of scalable web applications.

Nowadays it’s hard to imagine development without using git. That’s why in today’s article we’ll show you how to use Github in Codesphere.

Cloning from Github

Once you are signed in, navigate to the My Apps menu, and press the New App button. You can then click on Clone Repository, where you will be prompted to enter the Repository URL for the Repo you want to clone.

For GitHub, the URL for a repository can be found by clicking on the green Code button and copying the HTTPS URL.

Simply copy that URL back into Codesphere and press “Continue”. After choosing a name and billing plan, Codesphere will clone your GitHub Repository, allowing you to use Codesphere to develop and deploy your web application.

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