August 2017 Gitlab migration is now completed. Emails should work now. More information: http://telegra.ph/CiTIUS-Gitlab-Migration-Status-08-23

Projects

In GitLab, you can create projects for hosting your codebase, use it as an issue tracker, collaborate on code, and continuously build, test, and deploy your app with built-in GitLab CI/CD.

Your projects can be available publicly, internally, or privately, at your choice. GitLab does not limit the number of private projects you create.

Project's features

When you create a project in GitLab, you'll have access to a large number of features:

Issues and merge requests:

GitLab CI/CD:

Other features:

  • Cycle Analytics: Review your development lifecycle
  • Koding integration (not available on GitLab.com): Integrate with Koding to have access to a web terminal right from the GitLab UI
  • Syntax highlighting: An alternative to customize your code blocks, overriding GitLab's default choice of language

Project's integrations

Integrate your project with Jira, Mattermost, Kubernetes, Slack, and a lot more.

New project

Learn how to create a new project in GitLab.

Fork a project

You can fork a project in order to:

  • Collaborate on code by forking a project and creating a merge request from your fork to the upstream project
  • Fork a sample project to work on the top of that

Import or export a project

Leave a project

Leave project will only display on the project's dashboard when a project is part of a group (under a group namespace). If you choose to leave a project you will no longer be a project member, therefore, unable to contribute.