Gitflow is a great old way to manage project releases. It is a Git branching model that involves the use of feature branches and multiple primary branches. By using this model, developers create a feature branch and delay merging it to the primary branch until the feature is complete. Finally, this is really just an abstract idea of a Git workflow. This means it dictates what kind of branches to set up and how to merge them together.
Usually, it leads to too much manual work, therefore it is really great to have this process automated. We are going to use AVH Edition of the git extensions to provide high-level repository operations and a repository hosted in the Gitlab environment.