Since their 2013releases, Visual Studio and Team Foundation Server have offered out-of-the-box support for Git, the enormously popular source code management system that has upended many traditional options. To complement this source control option, Microsoft has added feature-rich front-end tooling for Git to Visual Studio. But how do you access and leverage these tools?
In this article, I’ll cover how Git differs from the source control technology that’s associated with Team Foundation Server (TFS), formally called Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC). Then I’ll delve into how to configure Git; how to create, connect to and work against a local repository (repo), including how to stage and commit changes; how to manage branches, including merging and viewing history; and how to connect to different types of remote repos, including how to sync changes.
Read full article – https://msdn.microsoft.com/magazine/mt767697
I hope this will help developers who is looking forward to work with GIT.