GitHub Review: "The best place to host and version code of any kind"https://www.trustradius.com/version-controlGitHubUnspecified9.13031012018-07-10T18:08:52.774Z
Overall Satisfaction with GitHub
Github is very easy to use git hosting provider server. Github allows easy contributions of code between our project members. Github provides a way to review code before it is merged into master branch. It provides a nice interface to view all commit history and allows to easily compare two different commits. Github provides fast searching across all files. I recommend GitHub to all developers who are looking for a simple and easy to use source code management and git version control hosting server. GitHub has some of the best documentation around. Github makes easy to contributions to projects within small and large teams.
- GitHub offers to host projects that rely on the Git version control system. While mainly aimed at developers, it works very well for any text-based work.
- GitHub offers free hosting for all open source repositories (i.e. your code will be visible to the public). The website is extremely easy to use and has a beautiful, clean interface. I have used this workflow with great success in the context of small teams.
- Outside if the free student accounts, the GitHub subscription could be slightly pricey, especially for a small developer.
- GitHub is an incredible service for hosting any kind of code of versionable content. It's extremely affordable, even for an individual who wants to host a huge number of private repositories. It integrates with just about everything that you could want, to the point where you can even use GitHub's integration list as a portal to finding other great services you can use online.
Github is by far one of the best services for managing development projects. You will have executed some commands via the command prompt or terminal. The main benefit would be version control. Version Control also means that your project has also been backed up online for easy recovery in case of onsite accidents. Most simply, hosting code and using it in various Continuous Integration contexts.