[Udemy] The Gitlab Crash Course

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What you’ll learn

  • How to work with Gitlab
  • Master the features of Gitlab
  • Learn how to clone and edit repositories
  • Install Git Bash on Windows to use Linux commands for Git
  • Set up your SSH to authenticate your Git repositories
  • Use Gitlab for Continuous Integration
  • How to work with different branches in Gitlab
  • Work with Commits and Tag them on Gitlab
  • How to use the Gitlab Editor on the UI

Requirements

  • An Internet connection
  • Basic knowledge of Git
  • A working Computer with either Windows/MacOS or Linux
  • A desire to learn!

Description

With over 2000 students, this is one of the top selling courses on Gitlab!
Weather you are a college student looking for a way to manage your repositories(for free) or an industry professional looking for a one stop shop to manage your entire DevOps cycle. Gitlab can handle everything from code versioning to issue tracking to continuous Integration.

You will get a quick grasp on Gitlab. It is one of the best versioning platforms out there, with the ability to set up your own private projects for free.

The course is divided into sections, each independently forms a module and a course in itself. Whether you are a college student looking to get some experience with version control or a professional looking for a tool to deploy and manage code you will find what you  need here. Everything is well documented and separated, so you can find what you need.

Gitlab Basics

We will sign up and create a project together. We will go over some key features. After which, we will set up Git Bash for those on windows. This will provide a linux interface for them. Mac users already have terminal. We will then see how we can import a project from an existing versioning control platform like GitHub and work on it in Gitlab.

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Then we will go on to learn how to authenticate our machine using SSH keys with Gitlab. We will also go over how to manage documentation in Gitlab using Gitlab Wiki. It truly is a one stop shop for us developers!

User management in Gitlab

In this one we see the different types of permissions users can have and how you can import them from one project to another.

Branches in Gitlab

You cannot run any significant project without branches. And Gitlab has you covered. We will learn how to manage branches, and use the different features Gitlab exposes us to. We will also checkout the different levels of permissions we can assign to branches using Gitlab.
We will learn how to use tags and commits. As well as assign and merge Merge Requests.

CI/CD in Gitlab

In this section we will jump into DevOps and learn how to use the different features of Gitlab for Continuous Integration and Deployment.

We will use .YML files and demonstrate Gitlab features like Pipelines, Jobs, Environments all which make your day to day life managing code so much easier. We will also cover Gitlab’s integration with Kubernetes.

Issues in Gitlab

Gitlab has something for everyone. So for all you project managers out there, welcome to Gitlab issues. This project management software is in built into Gitlab. We will see how to use Milestones and Labels to categorize your issues. And then how to use all the features in Gitlab to mark and track issues. We will even see how to associate issues with merge requests!

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This course will hand hold you through the basics and show you everything you need to get started with Gitlab.This course will give you a great understanding of all the major concepts of Gitlab. You will be pro before you know it. Let us get started!

Who this course is for:

  • Students trying to get a quick grasp of Gitlab
  • Professionals looking to use Gitlab for their DevOps Cycle
  • Developers who have used another tool to host repositories and are now looking to move over to Gitlab

We will be happy to hear your thoughts

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