Here I need to make a small note:
A branch is basically a separation of the module that you want your team members to work on. If you want several team members to work on the same task simultaneously, you create a branch for that, assign team members to the branch, and start work.
What we are doing is fetching the master branch which in its turn will fetch the whole project into your local system. You can enter the clone project and see who has committed the latest code and who is working on the project. On which model each team member is working right now. You can see a list of updates for a particular project.
8. You can create a new branch from 'Branches' tab.
You will see the files that have been changed. If you want to upload those changes, you need to follow a certain procedure of saving information or code on GitHub.
a) At first, you need to select the items you want to push on. List the items you want to commit in the input field.
b) Then tick 'Push changes immediately.' The software will push the changes to the relevant branch when you click the 'Commit' button.
c) Click 'Push' on the top right. After that, you will see the drop-down with repositories. Here you can define which brunch to upload code to.
This is how the SourceTree communicates with GitHub and uploads changes. Now you can see the changes on GitHub after you refresh the page.
This is an introduction to the SourceTree. Now you can start to work with the app, create a new project, connect it to the SourceTree, upload the information on SourceTree, connect it to GitHub and let them communicate with data and upload those changes on GitHub