It has been a crazy couple of days for the programming community. GitHub’s acquisition by Microsoft has dropped like an atomic bomb creating panic and/or excitement for the new era that rises for not only GitHub, but all the git-based platforms. GitLab appears to be the first to make the most out of this interesting turn of events.
Every Monday we take a step back and take a look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Another week past, full of amazing tech news! The milestone event of Kubernetes general integration with containerd; the release of Apache Wicket 8; the 10.8 GitLab release and more!
GitLab is here once again to provide developers with efficient, fast and, most importantly, safer ways to deliver code!
GitLab, determined, as always, in getting things done introduces significant additions and some minor improvements in order to make the life of developers easier and more efficient.
The paint has barely dried on GitLab’s last release, but that hasn’t stopped them. GitLab 10.6 comes with all sorts of bells and whistles, including all-new CI/CD support for GitHub and increase Kubernetes support for containerization.
GitLab has come a long way since its initial release in 2011. GitLab 10.4 was released earlier this week and the featured tools look promising.
Choosing a code repository is an important decision. But how can a team make that choice? In this article, Nataliia Kharchenko goes over the pros and cons of each of the three top code repositories.
As the social coding service passes 10 million repositories, co-founder Tom Preston-Werner moves to focus on R&D.
The open source GitHub alternative goes commercial with an invincible managed hosting service.