Business Central Create New Extension and Push to GitHub Repository


Git is a distributed version-control system for tracking changes in source code during software development, following video explain how to create new business central extension project  and push extension to git repository

Steps

  1. Create new Project in visual studio code
  2. Create new Repository in GitHub
  3. Check visual studio code and confirm the git enabled
  4. Initialize Repository in visual studio code
  5. Commit changes
  6. Configure remote repository
  7. Synchronize the changes to GitHub

 

Author: Akhilesh E Kartha

Experienced BC Developer with 10 years history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in Microsoft Dynamics NAV & D365 Business Central, Strong experience in C/AL, Extension Development, Requirements Analysis, Effort Estimation, Integrations, Version Upgrade,

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