Free plan của Gitlab cho unlimited private repos & collaborators.
– The import of Git, SVN, HG, TFS.
-The import of Git.
-Easy import from other services GitHub, Bitbucket, Google Code, Fogbugz.
– The import of Git, SVN, HG.
– The import of Git, CodePlex, Google Code, HG, SourceForge, SVN.
All the 4 providers offer a free plan, but when we are looking at the details they have some significant differences.
GitHub free plan allows you to host an unlimited number of public repositories with the ability to clone, fork and contribute to them. There is no limit on disk usage, however, projects should not exceed 1 GB and individual files 100 MB. If you are looking to host private projects for free you need to look at other providers.
Bitbucket’s Small teams plan let’s 5 members to collaborate on an unlimited number of projects. Repositories here have a 1 GB soft size limit, when you reach this they will notify you by email, but your ability to push to the repository will only be suspended when your repo’s size reaches 2 GB.
GitLab cloud-hosted plan lets an unlimited number of users to collaborate on an unlimited number of public and private projects. They have 10GB space limit per repository, which is definitely a very generous proposition compared to what the other 3 provider offers.
The free plan from Coding let’s 10 members to collaborate on an unlimited number of public and private repositories, but they impose a 1 GB overall storage limit which feels like a big restriction.
If you are looking for a free cloud-based solution for private projects GitLab’s offer is probably the most appealing.
GitLab Community Edition is the only self-hosted free plan on our list. This is definitely the best option for those who like to have full control over the code base and have the resources to maintain their own servers. The downside here is that it only comes with community support and some more advanced features as code search are not included.