Working with Github and Icenium

Cloud based IDE Icenium allows you to develop cross platform mobile applications. When you create a project in Icenium IDE , it saves that project in cloud and allow you to do version control. Aprat from cloud integration , Icenium allows you to push and pull your project with Github Repositiry as well.

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To integrate project from Icenium to Github repository, first create a repository in guthib. You can create that on Github site by clicking on New Repository link button

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To create new repository, you need to provide following information. I am symbolically providing information here to create a new repository.

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Once repository got created, you will get a URL to work with that repository.

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As of now you have created a repository in Github. Now let us switch to Icenium IDE. Right click on the project then select Version Control. In Version Control select the option of Configure Remote Repository

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Next you need to provide URL of Github repository.

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Next again right click on the project and from Version Control select the option of Pull

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You will see that you have pulled the repository.

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Now to push the project to github repository right click on project and select version control then Push option

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When you start pushing you need to authorize yourself to the repository.

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On successful completion of the push, you will get a message at bottom of IDE as following    

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So in this way you can integrate project from Icenium to Github repository.  I hope this post was useful. Thanks for reading.

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