Tutorial: Work with Bitbucket Server

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Teams in Space is a fictional company created by Atlassian that specializes in space travel for teams.

Welcome to the Teams in Space web team! You are joining us as a web developer, and your first assignment is to update our company website to include a link to our Moon Itinerary so that our customers know what to expect on their day trip to the Moon.

Here's what you'll accomplish by the end of this tutorial:

  1. Set up Sourcetree to work with Bitbucket Server
  2. Create a personal repository in Bitbucket Server
  3. Clone your repository and manage files locally
  4. Commit and push changes to Bitbucket Server

For this tutorial we'll be using Sourcetree, a desktop Git client with a graphical interface, to work with Bitbucket Server. If you're already comfortable using Git from the command line we'll also include the Git command equivalent.

Time needed

5-10 minutes


You're new to working with Bitbucket Server


Here's what the final version of the HTML page will look like when you're finished (and we've got all the files you need to get this end result).

Let's go!

Last modified on Oct 13, 2020

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