In this project, we will create a Working with GitLab Repository to store everything pertinent to a specific project, including files, images, spreadsheets, data sets, etc. And also, we will perform pull/push files from the local Repository to GitHub.
GitLab is a project management tool that allows developers to work together on code repositories. It is similar to GitHub, but with a few key differences. One of the biggest differences is that GitLab offers a self-hosted option, meaning you can run your own GitLab server. This is great for organizations that want to keep their code private.
GitLab also has a robust issue-tracking system and a built-in continuous integration and delivery system. These features make it a great tool for managing large projects. GitLab’s wiki is a great place to store project documentation. You can use it to keep track of meeting notes, project requirements, and anything else that you need to remember.
What will you Learn in the Project by Working with GitLab?
1. How to create a GitLab account?
2. How to work with GitLab?
3. How to clone GitLab remote repository to local?
4. How to perform PUSH and PULL operations in GitLab?
5. How to merge branches in GitLab?
Skills You Will Develop
Working with GitLab, PULL request, PUSH request
1. Create and setup GitLab account
2. Setup GitLab project/repository
3. Explore GitLab
4. Clone GitLab remote repository to local
5. Perform PUSH and PULL operations
6. Work with branches