In this video, learn how to use the collaboration feature of GitLab to work with a team.
- Although you can use GitLab as a personal Git server … for tracking your own projects, … it's really built to be a collaboration tool. … Git itself was designed for collaboration … and GitLab adds some additional features … to make the most of those built-in Git features. … Let's start by adding a second user. … We'll click on the wrench here … and go to Admin Area and click New user, … and I'll call this user Alice … and I'll give Alice the email aliceatexample.com. … Now we'll scroll down, I'm going to make her an admin too, … and I'll click Create user … and I'm going to go back in and edit her user … so that we can set a default password … and I'll click Save changes again. … Now, we should be ready to try … out the collaboration features. … First let's go back to our project, … and we want to add Alice as a member. … So let's scroll down here and go to Settings and Members … and we'll just type Alice in here, there she is, … and we'll make a Alice a maintainer … and click Add to project. …
- Navigating the GitLab interface
- Using GitLab for collaboration
- Merging requests
- Continuous integration and continuous delivery
- Creating and running a pipeline
- Deploying a project using GitLab
Skill Level Beginner
1. First Steps with GitLab
2. GitLab for Source Control
3. Continuous Integration
4. Continuous Delivery
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