GitKraken vs Tower

The increasing popularity of Git in the software industry has led to the introduction of numerous tools designed to make the version control experience faster and more intuitive. The most notable tool for enhancing a developer’s Git workflow is a graphical user interface (GUI). Most Git GUIs on the market today offer a variety of features for simplifying Git commands into quick actions; many also have a heavy focus on making collaboration easier.


Introducing Git Blame Support for GitHub Integration

At Rollbar, we care about reducing the time it takes developers to find and fix errors. This is why we’re making our integration with GitHub even stronger to provide more context around errors and reduce the mean time it takes to resolve them MTTR. Last year, we launched Code Context to show additional lines of code within each frame of the stack trace, reducing the back and forth between GitHub and Rollbar.


Best Courses to Learn Git

Whether you’re new to programming, considering going to school to be a software developer, or an industry vet looking to modernize your toolbelt, understanding Git can be vitally important. Git is a version control system that was first developed back in 2005. It’s completely free to use and its unique branching model makes it one of the most popular systems out there.

10 ways GitKraken Glo Boards outshines Trello for developers by Axosoft

It's GitKraken Glo Boards vs. Trello! To quickly show you how GitKraken Glo Boards by Axosoft stands out from competitors, I’m going to compare it to the well-known task tracking tool. I’ll show you 10 ways we designed Glo specifically with devs in mind, and by the end of this video, I bet you’ll be ready to start using Glo instead of Trello—or whatever other issue tracking system you’re using today.

Common Challenges of Using Azure DevOps

Is your organization going through a DevOps transformation? Perhaps you’ve even been tasked to head up the project. And surely, part of this transformation is going to include source control management. More and more enterprise companies are using Git to manage their code and file changes. One of the most popular Git hosting services for large teams, particularly those partial to Microsoft’s robust suite of developer tools, is Azure DevOps.


Source Code Control: Trunk-Based Development vs. GitFlow

Managing source code with a defined method is one vital aspect of implementing an effective organizational application development lifecycle. Today, there are two popular strategies for doing this that stand above the rest – trunk-based development and GitFlow. Choosing the proper method for source code control is often dependent upon several factors such as the maturity of the application, the maturity of the development team and the release management process and schedule.


Submitting great PRs

If you want to submit good pull requests, start with our contribution checklist. Today, that page talks about what to fork, how to style your code, how to write unit tests and where to push your code. Implicit in all of that is the need to write great code, of course! But this blog post isn’t about writing great code, it’s about making your pull request a great experience for you and your reviewers.


GitKraken v6.5: Fork & Perf Improvements

The latest updates to the GitKraken Client are so forking good, you’re sure to break into your Kraken happy dance. We know Keif did. Before we get to the meat and potatoes of what’s new with GitKraken v6.5, here’s the high-level: the GitKraken Git GUI is now 10% faster; with 20% reduced memory consumption; taking up 30% less disk space. How knife is that?!


Migrating from Perforce to Git

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.


Everything You Need to Know About the Grafana-Prometheus-GitLab Integration

You probably missed it. Don’t feel bad. It was just one small paragraph, buried in the GitLab 11.9 Omnibus Release Notes: Grafana is now bundled in our Omnibus package, making it easier than ever to understand how your instance is performing. “Omnibus” is what GitLab calls its main installation package, and “Grafana” is the time-series visualization software, but what does this paragraph even mean?