GitLab offers a feature-based system with a centralized, integrated platform for web developers. In addition, GitLab features help in project management, issue tracking, and free private repository hosting to simplify planning and managing your projects.
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In this part of GitLab Tutorial for Beginners, Moss(@tech_with_moss), a DevOps engineer, introduces you to GitLab account authentication and group dashboard interface. Furthermore, you will be getting familiar with GitLab user interface features which enables you to automatically build, test, and deploy your software. Its features like built-in continuous integration and continuous delivery make it seamless to go from a code change to a running pipeline. You will also learn about the GitLab project dashboard to help you create a new project, ‘new issue’ within the project, and explore the ‘package & registry’ section.
This video will help answer the following questions 🎫 -:
🔹What is GitLab UI?
🔹How do you access GitLab UI?
🔹How do you use GitLab?
🔹What can you do with GitLab?
Integrate LambdaTest and GitLab -:
◾ You can easily mark and track bugs with LambdaTest GitLab integration while performing cross-browser testing on the LambdaTest platform.
◾ With LambdaTest, you can identify bugs, questions, help in your GitLab repo just with a push of a button even while you are in the middle of performing a LambdaTest test session.
◾ LambdaTest provides testing environment information as well as additional testing screenshots and videos.