This is a guide to use git Bash with Azure dev ops,

first we need to login at azure dev ops :

you can login from office 365 account, or sign in.

Once you are inside azure, you can create a repository :

You can check project properties to see how to clone at local repository:

Steps on the Computer:

jordi_c@LAPTOP01 MINGW64
$ cd /c/Test
jordi_c@LAPTOP01 MINGW64 /c/Test
$ git init
Initialized empty Git repository in C:/Test/.git/
jordi_c@LAPTOP01 MINGW64 /c/Test (master)
$ git add .
jordi_c@LAPTOP01 MINGW64 /c/Test (master)
$ git remote add test https://[azure dev name][azure dev name]/TEST/_git/test
jordi_c@LAPTOP01 MINGW64 /c/Test (master)
$ git commit
On branch master
Initial commit
nothing to commit
jordi_c@LAPTOP01 MINGW64 /c/Test (master)
$ git add .
jordi_c@LAPTOP01 MINGW64 /c/Test (master)
$ git commit
hint: Waiting for your editor to close the file…
[main 2019-05-22T09:26:38.831Z] update#setState idle
[main 2019-05-22T09:27:08.833Z] update#setState checking for updates
[main 2019-05-22T09:27:08.897Z] update#setState idle
[master (root-commit) eabd779] new file
1 file changed, 0 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)
create mode 100644 test file.txt

then you can open the file on visual studio code and appears some new information at left bottom, if the file is modified and saved:

We can commit changes:

Then you can sincronyze the project with this icon:  ( the program ask your credentials):

Thats all!!

then you can see the commits on azure , and have source control ready:

check source control working