Upload a project to your cloud VCS Learn how to upload a project to your cloud version control system (VCS), like GitHub or GitLab, so you can integrate the following tools with Kobiton: Azure DevOps integration Bitrise integration Buildkite integration Jenkins integration TestRail integration Before you start You’ll need to complete the following: Create or generate a test script with Kobiton capabilities. Verify SSH has been enabled for your cloud repository account. Open the project Open the terminal and navigate to your project’s root directory. Example cd ~/my-app/ If your project is already initialized as a git repository, you can upload your project files. Optional: initialize as a git repository If your project hasn’t been initialized as a git repository yet, run the following commands to create your first commit. git init -b main git add --all git commit -m "First commit" Upload the project GitHub GitLab Install gh, GitHub’s command-line tool, using your operating system’s package manager. Example (macOS) brew install gh Enter the following command and follow the prompts in your terminal. gh repo create Open GitHub and confirm your source files have been successfully uploaded. Use the --set-upstream flag to push the commit to GitLab. Set <namespace> to a personal or group namespace and <myproject> to a short, descriptive project name. Example git push --set-upstream email@example.com:<namespace>/<myproject>.git main Open GitLab and confirm your source files have been successfully uploaded.