Top 12 GitLab Alternatives

Latest update:
  1. Originally founded as a project to simplify sharing code, GitHub has grown into an application used by over a million people to store over two million code repositories, making GitHub the largest code host in the world.

  2. Bitbucket is a free code hosting site for Mercurial and Git. Manage your development with a hosted wiki, issue tracker and source code.

  3. SourceForge is a web-based source code repository.

  4. Phacility - Phabricator

  5. The #1 software development tool used by agile teams. Jira Software is built for every member of your software team to plan, track, and release great software.

    paid Free Trial $7.0 / Monthly (Above 10 Users)

  6. Integrated, on-demand tools to build software faster, with less stress. Get started for free and find out why over 800,000 users trust Assembla.

  7. Flexible project management web application

    open-source

  8. GitBucket is the easily installable open-source GitHub clone written with Scala.

  9. Trac is a project management and bug/issue tracking system. Provides an interface to Subversion and an integrated wiki.

  10. Beanstalk is the easiest way for tax practitioners to manage their tax workflow. Elegantly store all your client email discussions in one place. Nothing to download or install. Your client doesn’t even need to log in. Email threads are stored aut...

  11. A painless self-hosted Git service


GitLab Reviews

A list of external sources with helpful reviews and comparisons of GitLab

Gitea - Alternative to GitLab and GitHub
Sure you CAN use git without a web UI, We had that at work for a while and it was not a good experience at all compared to using gitlab which we have now and we now have so many features that let us get things done faster.
GitHub Alternatives (Free, Paid, Self-Hosted)
GitLab statistics shows that a lot of repos have been imported from GitHub in past few hours.
Source: tutswiki.com
7 Best GitHub Alternatives
GitLab’s sub-motto seems to be “Better than GitHub”, ironic for a project that is itself hosted on Github. One if its unique features is that you can install GitLab onto your own server. This gives you the option of using GitLab on a custom domain as well as with a custom host. GitLab also claims to handle large files and...
Source: beebom.com

Was this article helpful?
Your feedback is important!

Be the first to reply.
There are no opinions yet.


This article was published on | Author: | Publisher: SaaSHub
Categories: Code Collaboration, Git, Repo Management