Valoración media122 reseñas
- En general 5 / 5
- Facilidad de uso 4 / 5
- Atención al cliente 4 / 5
- Funciones 5 / 5
- Relación calidad-precio 4.5 / 5
Detalles del producto
- Detalles de precios free
- Versión gratuita No
- Prueba gratis No
Datos del proveedor
Distributed source control system that helps software developers to track and manage multiple revisions of the same project.
Funciones de Git
- Automatización de construcción
- Control de versiones
- Controles o permisos de acceso
- Gestión de repositorios
- Gestión del cambio
- Integración continua
- Revisión de código
- Seguimiento de errores
Las reseñas más útiles de Git
Revisado el 20/4/2019
Very powerful version control system open to your own work style
Puntos a favor:
Git is a decentralized version control system. Decentralized means that the system does not force any node to be a ‘server’, ‘main’ or ‘master’ node, and that every node has a full copy of all the information. This feature makes Git a very powerful tool, as it lets you build the workflow that is best for you (wether its a simple server/client model or a more complex workflow with a server, developers and a code reviewer/integrator). It also means that if there is a failure in a node (eg the repository is deleted), any other node (or copy of the node) will do as a server with no change.
It is open source and free, and it is used in very large projects (it was created originally to manage the Linux kernel code). It means good community support and that it has been tested in critical production environments.
Contras: Git is a command line tool. It has not any visual feedback (more than white text over black background) and all the commands must be typed. It is powerful but it also means that it has a lot of commands to remember and some learning curve. But probably the first thing you will do after installing Git will be to install a graphical tool that can ease its use. If you are setting up a ‘central’ node, you have the same scenario: set it up manually by yourself or find some service already compatible with Git (github.com, AWS CodeCommit, Atlassian Sourcetree…). Also, there is no a ‘right’ way to use git. You will have to find the right workflow for your project or team. Play with it, try some workflows (google ‘git-flow’ for starters), choose the one that is best for you, and make sure that everybody in your team understands the chosen workflow.
Revisado el 8/1/2019
Git, an amazing version management system for your projects.
Comentarios: Git management helps you have a better management of each record in the changes you make to your sites or web tools. I tottaly recommend Git to keep a version control of the projects that you carry out in your organization, even this can privilege you and prevent you from losing information or feel that you must start a new project because a code has failed you, Git has that advantage of showing you up the line of the code that has been modified lately and that may be generating conflicts.
Puntos a favor: Git contains a large community that every day work to improve your environment, you will be very familiar with it encoding through a console; it is very elementary to start some courses to learn to use Git, in my case I could afford the studies to receive Git classes that really helped me to have an absolute dexterity to carry out the monitoring and development of some projects as a team. Git also has Github that allows you to have your projects stored in your collaborative development platform in order to obtain an improvement in our code.
Contras: I am very satisfied with the product, so I have nothing more to say.