The Best Choice for Version Control for Small and Large Projects
January 19, 2022

The Best Choice for Version Control for Small and Large Projects

Muhammed Ronaq BS | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with GitLab

While making software, we want to make common modifications that we want to track and manage, and GitLab enables me to do this right away for free. For deployment purposes, Gitlab offers CI/CD assistance to configure our deployment server to install all of the modern-day releases directly. And also it makes collaborative teamwork easy.
  • GitLab is a notable device for versioning our code changes.
  • It has useful functions like in-built assist for CI/CD wherein without delay installation and checks our applications.
  • It gives extremely good security, and a couple of groups can work collectively and construct sturdy software.
  • It's really costly to upgrade to paid plans.
  • Need to provide better documentation on how to use and integrate other apps like third-party apps as it is harder for beginners to get started with.
  • It is quite easy to integrate in our existing softwares.
  • Easy to use interface.
  • It's a bit costly to upgrade plans.
The user interface of GitLab is really better and easy compared to GitHub. In my opinion, it's easier to manage our code using GitLab than GitHub.
We don't use GitLab paid plans.
CI/CD plays a great role in our company. It helps us to deploy our code quickly and we use merge requests to review the code to avoid getting errors in the code. Sometimes when dealing with complex merge conflicts it becomes a headache, still most of the time it does its job greatly.

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Really great tool to use for collaboration between teams. Finding and fixing bugs can be done very quickly and safely. And we can see what others are doing. Combine automatically deployed web repositories and API repositories to develop in a variety of environments. And it's free and open-source so it will suit small-scale startups too.