I am looking for opinions/insights on how everyone handles there code/version management. I have previously used SVN and have just briefly started using Git Repositories through Azure DevOps. I am just looking for any tips, tricks, or advice on how everyone else handles their code base. Especially if you also DevOps.
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Maybe our lovely @MVP2020 or @Community_Moderators have some experience which could be shared with you
Most of the projects that I have implemented use the Azure Repos which are very easy to connect through UiPath Studio. Here are some of the common tips we provide to our new devs:
Check-in at regular frequencies to avoid any loss of code
Check-out the specific file that needs modification instead of the entire project, which makes traceability easier and makes working in a multiple developers team seamless. And Check-in only files that were recently added/modified instead of the entire project.
Check-in with appropriate comments
When working in shifts, always a best practice to get the latest code
Check-out the project.json file before publishing
Hope you find this useful!