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Prakash nidhi Verma
Prakash nidhi Verma

Bitbucket vs GitHub vs GitLab :


it was launched in 2008. it is also started to support Git hosting. it is not open source but by buying the self-hosted version the full source code is provided. Bitbucket is written in Python and uses the Django web framework. We get free private repositories on Bitbucket It offers both commercial plans and free accounts. It offers free accounts with an unlimited number of private repositories 

-Issue tracking 

-REST APIs to build third party applications which can use any development language

-Code search is possible

-Pull requests with code review and comments

-allow developers to share code segments or files


GitHub was launched in 2008. It is git based repository hosting platform. It is free for public repositeries and for private one it is paid. GitHub is written using Ruby and Erlang. It’s the largest repository host with more than 38+ million projectsSome remarkable features of  GitHub areCommit History can be seen Graphs: pulse, contributors, commits, code frequency, members of it. Pull requests with code review and commentsIssue Tracking Email notifications 


it was launched as a project in 2011 providing an alternative to the available repository management solutions.free repositories that github doesn’t GitLab Community Edition is free and open sourced. 

-It has relatively slow interface

-It supports Git import

-Some remarkable features of GitHub are

-Issue Tracker

-Commit graph and reporting tools

-Create new issues from the Issue Board

-of migration from other providers