Connecting Replit to GitHub
To import and edit GitHub repositories on Replit, first connect your Replit account to GitHub.
Import your first Repository
Now that you've linked your github account to replit, it's time to import some code from github!
Private & Personal Repositories
Once you've imported a GitHub repository, you will need to grant Replit permission so you can make changes tracked by your remote repository.
Using the Git Pane
The Git pane allows you to seamlessly track and manage your code, switch between branches, and collaborate with others. Click on the Git tool in the sidebar to get started.
Using Git with the Shell
Cloning an existing repository from the shell
Running GitHub repositories on Replit
GitHub repositories can be run automatically on Replit. Head to https://replit.com/github to import a repository. You can unlock private repositories after authenticating with GitHub and purchasing the Replit Core membership.
Git workflows and commands
The most crucial features of Git to learn are the basic Git workflow and
GitHub Authentication Errors in Replit
While interacting with our Git-based Version Control tool in the Workspace and our GitHub integration, you may run into error messages that look like this: