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How to Push to GitLab

To get started with GitLab, you'll need to create a repository and push code to it. Here's how to push to GitLab. How to Create a Project (Repository) in GitLab Because of their larger potential in GitLab, repositories are called projects. But you can use the words interchangeably because a...

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Alternatives

Beanstalk

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A fast and secure way to handle a team's code, Beanstalk supports SVN and Git.

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Bitbucket

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Bitbucket is a popular hosted source control system that uses both mercurial and git behind the scenes.

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Azure DevOps

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Azure DevOps is where teams manage, develop, and deliver software in the cloud. Azure DevOps provides free, private Git project hosting for up to 5 users, project and test management tools, build and CI, and team collaboration. Connect using the development tools of your choice, including Visual Studio, Eclipse, Xcode, and more.

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GitHub

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GitHub is the perfect place to share code and work collaboratively on private and open source software.

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