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GitLab is the open DevOps platform, delivered as a single application. This makes GitLab unique and creates a streamlined software workflow, unlocking your organization from the constraints of a pieced together toolchain. Learn how GitLab offers unmatched visibility and higher levels of efficiency in a single application across the DevOps lifecycle.

Chapter 1 How to create a new project in GitLab
Chapter 2 How to Export Eclipse projects to GitLab
Chapter 3 How to Export IntelliJ project to GitLab
Chapter 4 How to Clone a project from GitLab using Eclipse
Chapter 5 How to Clone a project from GitLab using IntelliJ

GitLab CI/CD

Chapter 1 Run Selenium Tests in GitLab CI/CD
Chapter 2 How to run Rest API Tests in GitLab CI/CD

GIT

Chapter 1 How to install Git on Windows 10
Chapter 2 How to create a new Git Repository – git init Command
Chapter 3 How to stage changes in Git – git add Command
Chapter 4 How to unstage the changes in Git – git rm command
Chapter 5 How to commit changes in GIT – git commit command
Chapter 6 How to track commits in Git – git log command
Chapter 7 How to commit an empty folder in GIT – gitkeep
Chapter 8 How to ignore files in GIT – gitignore
Chapter 9 How to create a branch in GIT
Chapter 10 How to stash changes in GIT – git stash command
Chapter 11 How to push new local GIT Repository to GitLab

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