I updated ionic-cli to 3.9
I am dealing with Ionic View for first time.
I created account on https://dashboard.ionicjs.com/
I installed git from https://git-scm.com/ to run some commands.
I liked the app using ionic link --pro-id the-id
I got the below output:
C:\Users\PARGE\Documents\ionic\mukta>ionic link --pro-id the-id [INFO] You have been logged out. [OK] backend set to "pro" in ..\..\..\.ionic\config.json! [INFO] You have opted in to Ionic Pro! The CLI is now set up to use Ionic Pro services. You can revert back to Ionic Cloud (legacy) services at any time: ionic config set -g backend legacy ? App ID ionic-io-app-id already exists in project config. Would you like to link a different app? Yes Log into your Ionic account If you don't have one yet, create yours by running: ionic signup ? Email: email@example.com ? Password: [hidden] > ionic ssh setup [ERROR] Command not found: ssh [WARN] OpenSSH not found on your computer. [INFO] Looks like you haven't configured your SSH settings yet. ? How would you like to connect to Ionic Pro? Skip for now [WARN] Skipping for now. You can configure your SSH settings using ionic ssh setup. √ Looking up app the-id- done! > ionic config set app_id the-id [OK] app_id set to "the-id" in .\ionic.config.json! > ionic git remote [WARN] Initializing a git repository for your project. Before your first git push ionic master, you'll want to commit all the files in your project: git commit -a -m "Initial commit" > git init > git remote add ionic firstname.lastname@example.org:arnoldparge/my-app-name.git [OK] Added remote ionic. [OK] Project linked with app the-id!
I ran git commit -m “initial commit”
On branch master Initial commit Untracked files: .editorconfig .gitignore .gradle/ README.md config.xml debug.keystore google-services.json ionic.config.json package-lock.json package.json res/ resources/ src.zip src/ tsconfig.json tslint.json nothing added to commit but untracked files present
ran git push origin master
error: src refspec master does not match any.
error: failed to push some refs to ‘‘email@example.com:arnoldparge/my-app-name.git’’
what am I doing wrong?
NOTE: I replaced the id with the-id and app name with my-app-name as I don’t know if it’s secure to paste here.