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How to Use GitLab and GitHub Together

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The Source Control Hosting Landscape GitHub has been the the most popular site for hosting open source software projects since 2008.  It took the lead when SourceForge was slow to embrace newly-popular git source control system.  GitHub is rivaled by Bitbucket, thriving on an enterprise-friendly pricing model and integration with other Atlassian tools.  However, GitHub’s model of charging for privacy rather than headcount makes ...

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Starting developing in Swift: Using GitLab with XCode

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As showed in my previous post I have set up a GitLab account so I can host my Git repositories there. In this post I will show how you can combine XCode (v7.1) with GitFlow and GitLab. In fact I will end up to use both XCode (for programming) and the Terminal (for my GitFlow) but that is the same ...

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Git flow with Jenkins and GitLab

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At work I recently transitioned from TFS to using Git as our source control management. After introducing the team to Git we also established a common workflow on how we wanted to have Git integrate with Jenkins and GitLab. Below is our current implementation. Git branching strategies Git branching strategies are guidelines on how to use git’s branching mechanism for ...

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