How To Add/Upload/Push A Project To Git And Github In Intellij

How To Add/Upload/Push A Project To Git And Github In Intellij

To add a project to Git and push it to GitHub using IntelliJ, you can follow these steps:

  1. Open your project in IntelliJ and click on the VCS menu in the top menu bar.
  2. Select the “Import into Version Control” option, then choose “Create Git Repository.”
  3. Choose the directory that contains your project, then click “OK.” IntelliJ will create a new Git repository for your project.
  4. In the bottom right corner of the IntelliJ window, you should see a panel with a “Git: [branch name]” label. Click on the “Commit” button in this panel to open the “Commit Changes” dialog.
  5. In the “Commit Changes” dialog, enter a commit message in the “Message” field describing the changes you have made to the project.
  6. Select all of the modified files in the “Changes” pane, then click the “Commit” button to commit your changes to the local Git repository.
  7. To push your changes to GitHub, click on the “Push” button in the “Git” panel. This will open the “Push Commits” dialog.
  8. In the “Push Commits” dialog, choose the option to “Push current branch to a new remote” and click “Next.”
  9. In the next step, enter the URL of your GitHub repository in the “Repository URL” field and click “Finish.” This will push your local commits to the remote GitHub repository.

That’s it! You have now added your project to Git and pushed it to GitHub using IntelliJ.

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