This is an interactive post that allows you to customize the article to get a personalized list of commands you’ll need when contributing to a PnP repository on GitHub.
Here is a list of the most common SharePoint Developer community repositories and information to get started with each one.
If you want to try your hand at contributing to the Office 365 Developer Community and you aren’t familiar with GitHub, this interactive cheat sheet will give you detailed step-by-step instructions to get you started.
Introduction Today, I was moving my files to my new Surface Studio 2 (which is an awesome development machine!); All my personal files are synched to OneDrive, except for my Visual Studio and GitHub project files which are — by default — stored in c:\users[myuseraccount]\source\repos. Synching your personal files to OneDrive makes it really easy to work on multiple devices or making sure that you have a backup in case your workstation is stolen, lost, self-destroyed, or abducted by aliens. Making sure that your project files are also synched ensures that all those prototypes, proofs of concepts, and other code snippets that you never bothered adding to source control are also safe. This article describes the steps to move your default project location to a folder that can be stored in OneDrive. Let’s make one thing clear: synching your project files to OneDrive does not replace using source control; if you have…