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Using Pull Requests to Merge a Branch Into Main

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Your Turn

Working in the branch you created previously in your local-first project:

  1. Submit a pull request on GitHub

  2. Review your pull request

  3. Merge your code back into the main branch

  4. Confirm that everything worked

Learn More

To learn how to deal with merge conflicts that may come up when you do a pull request, check out this article from GitHub.

If you’re curious to see the original tweet thread where I learned about using pull requests, here it is!

If you're interested in an in-depth look at how to do code reviews, this guide from the team that makes the tidyverse is useful.

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