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Jan 17, 2020 | By Lauren Witte Girard
Source control, aka version control, is the method of tracking and managing changes to software code. Source Control Management (SCM) systems offer a running history of code changes and can be particularly helpful for teams of developers making changes to the same files. As a critical aspect of responsible software development, source control helps developers track code changes, see complete revision history, and revert back to a previous version of a project if needed.
Jan 10, 2020 | By Jesus Murillo
The typical workday for a developer using Git involves a variety of different tasks. Between generating new SSH keys, cloning Git repositories, viewing commit diffs, creating pull requests, and on and on. But do you ever sit back and think about how much time you’re spending on each of these seemingly smaller tasks? Trust us, it adds up. The concept for the GitKraken Git GUI was born from this very frustration.
Dec 11, 2019 | By Sara Stamas
Dec 11, 2019 | By Manny Grill
On 12-10-2019, Git released patch v2.24.1 to address several common vulnerabilities and exposures, or CVE. For those unfamiliar with what CVE is, it is a dictionary that provides definitions for publicly disclosed cybersecurity vulnerabilities and exposures. These security issues could allow complete takeover of a computer through the use of various git commands. They can affect all Git and GitKraken users, especially those that have exposure to lots of obscure public repos.
Jan 7, 2020 | By Axosoft
The new GitKraken Timelines product is the easiest way to communicate major milestones and the goals of those milestones with your teams. It’s also a great way to show off historical events and company highlights that can be embedded on a website.