Learning GitLab

Learning GitLab
Learning GitLab

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1 Hour | 125 MB
eLearning | Skill level: All Levels


GitLab is a web-based tool designed to help developers collaborate more effectively throughout each phase of the software development life cycle. Curious about how to fit GitLab into your team’s workflow? In this course, Josh Samuelson show you how, covering how to set up a GitLab project, edit files, and leverage key features to collaborate more effectively with your teammates. Learn how to use the basic GitLab editor to make changes to a file, create branch and merge requests, and interpret the Git commit history. Plus, see how to use key collaboration features, including Todos, milestones, and issues, a built-in ticketing system for tracking work on your projects.

Topics include:

  • Managing files with version control
  • The basics of Markdown
  • Creating a GitLab project
  • Using the GitLab editor
  • Staging and committing in the web IDE
  • Tags, releases, and history
  • Using the collaboration features in GitLab
+ Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Version control and more
2 What you should know

First Steps with GitLab
3 Version control
4 Setting up an account on gitlab.com
5 Markdown basics
6 Your first GitLab project
7 Using the GitLab basic editor
8 Chapter challenge
9 Solution

Work with Version Control
10 Creating a branch
11 Introduction to the Web IDE
12 Staging and committing in the Web IDE
13 Create a merge request
14 Understanding diffs
15 Tags, releases, and history

GitLab for Collaboration
16 Todos
17 Issues
18 Milestones

Conclusion
19 Next steps