Packt is proud to present its latest publication, GitLab Repository Management by Jonathan Hethey. This book is a simple, easy to understand tutorial guide on how to build teams and efficiently use version control, using GitLab. The book is 87 pages long and is priced at $32.99 while the eBook is $15.99.
About the Author :
Jonathan Hethey has been writing code and actively shaping and experimenting with IT-systems since the age of fourteen. After finishing his finals and an apprenticeship as an IT-supporter, he studied Multimedia Design in Kolding, Denmark, followed by studies of Web Development in Odense, DK. Other than studies, he has been working on several web projects, both on a freelance base as well as in his own company found in 2011. Jonathan wrote this book because he became a fan of git and started looking for great implementations of it on the server side, that would allow newcomers to pick it up quickly and extend it with additional functionalities and usabilities He says Git and GitLab are only his personal favourite flavours.
GitLab is an open source application development, which can be used to achieve a self-hosted Git project repository that can be accessed through a Web interface or a public private projects. It is a great tool suite used to develop software quickly, safely, and efficiently.
GitLab Repository Management will show the readers how to use GitLab as a primary tool for version control, collaboration, and issue tracking. It will make them a capable maintainer and give them an understanding of how to make the most of this tool. The book teaches how to install GitLab on a Linux system with commands for Debian or Ubuntu, how to configure GitLab, how to document code with the built-in wikis, to use the built-in issue tracker to respond to feature requests and bugs quickly and to create useful teams that can colllaborate and control access across projects. The readers will get a look at the technology that drives this open source project and learn how to connect it with their infrastructure.
Following are the chapters in the book:
Chapter 1: Kickstarting with GitLab
Chapter 2: Installation
Chapter 3: Configuring GitLab
Chapter 4: Roles and Permissions
Chapter 5: Issues and Wikis
Chapter 6: Workflows
Chapter 7: Updating GitLab
Chapter 8: Help and Community
|GitLab Repository Management|
|This guide will show you how to use GitLab as a primary tool for version control, collaboration, and issue tracking. It will make you a capable maintainer and give you an understanding of how to make the most of this tool.
For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/gitlab-repository-management/book