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What is the difference between GitHub and GitLab?

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T. Moore

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Answered Jun 27, 2019

Both GitHub and GitLab are used as respiratory hosting service in software development to accelerate and increase the building up of software. To develop a particular software, one needs to be adequately informed about the most appropriate respiratory to use. Both GitHub and GitLab are used to ensure efficient software development. However, there are some differences between them. GitHub is a type of Git respiratory service that is used in detecting changes during software development and it also helps in detecting changes in files being used.

Both GitHub and GitLab are used as respiratory hosting service in software development to
GitLab, on the other hand, is also a type of Git respiratory service which does exactly most functions of GitHub but differs in terms of additional features like authentication features, permission, and protection. GitHub is an older type of Git respiratory service compared to GitLab, which is a newer version of Git respiratory hosting service. The ease at which GitLab can be used is one of many advantages it has over GitHub.

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