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Top 15 Alternatives & Competitors to GitHub

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  1. Bitbucket

    (354)4.3 out of 5
    Store all of your Git and Mercurial source code in one place with unlimited private repositories. Includes issue tracking, wiki, and pull requests.

    Reviewers say compared to GitHub, Bitbucket is:

    Slower to reach roi
    Easier to do business with
  2. Store all of your Git and Mercurial source code in one place with unlimited private repositories. Includes issue tracking, wiki, and pull requests.

    Reviewers say compared to GitHub, Bitbucket is:

    Slower to reach roi
    Easier to do business with

    Bitbucket review by Daniel O.
    "Great and evolving: Bitbucket has been improving itself over time to provide us with tool for the complete development process. With pipelines, tickets, Jira integration and so on, this is a really complete tool."
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  3. GitLab

    (178)4.4 out of 5
    An open source web interface and source control platform based on Git.

    Reviewers say compared to GitHub, GitLab is:

    Easier to do business with
  4. An open source web interface and source control platform based on Git.

    Reviewers say compared to GitHub, GitLab is:

    Easier to do business with

    GitLab review by Carlos Z.
    "la mejor manera de controlar cada paso que das en tus proyectos: gracias a gitlab puedo trabajar comodamente y examinar cada parte de mi proyecto tranquilamente ya que permite revisar cada linea que fue editada anteriormente por colegas o por mi mismo por lo cual en caso de que haya algun error puedo corregirlo antes de integrar las diferentes ramas. a mi equipo de trabajo se le ha hecho mas facil trabajar desde cualquier parte ya que gracias a que podemos mencionar a cualquier colega en los comentarios de las issues en gitlab es mas facil poder comunicarse y asi resolver cualquier duda respecto a la rama o tarea asignada"
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  5. Assembla

    (56)3.9 out of 5
    Optimized for quick response
    SVN continues to be the repository of choice for software teams managing projects with massive amounts of data. For over 10 years, companies all over the world trust Assembla to host their SVN repositories in a secure, high performing cloud environment.

    Reviewers say compared to GitHub, Assembla is:

    More expensive
  6. SVN continues to be the repository of choice for software teams managing projects with massive amounts of data. For over 10 years, companies all over the world trust Assembla to host their SVN repositories in a secure, high performing cloud environment.

    Reviewers say compared to GitHub, Assembla is:

    More expensive

    Assembla review by Sergio P.
    "I woudn't recommend Assembla for project management for software projects: I can't really think of anything I really like about assembla. It is complicated to use, has the basic features that are needed, but the end result is difficult to read. The editor doesn't provide much help. Changes are displayed together with relevant information in a way that makes reading a simple task complicated. It takes a long time to get used to the format, and even then, it takes too long to get the information that is relevant from a ticket."
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  7. Beanstalk

    (16)4.0 out of 5
    Hassle-free, hosted version control service.

    Reviewers say compared to GitHub, Beanstalk is:

    Easier to do business with
    More expensive
  8. Hassle-free, hosted version control service.

    Reviewers say compared to GitHub, Beanstalk is:

    Easier to do business with
    More expensive

    Beanstalk review by David Z.
    "Repository management and automated deployments: Good pricing for our team, and the built in deployments along with the bells & whistles related to deployments. Setting up a new repository is pretty straight forward, managing access for our team and the occasional vendor or client who needs code access is easy as well. You get what you'd expect from a remote git repository service plus all of Beanstalk's features on top of that, at a decent price."
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  9. SourceForge

    (11)3.3 out of 5
    SourceForge is a web-based service that offers a source code repository, downloads mirrors, bug tracking and other features.
  10. SourceForge is a web-based service that offers a source code repository, downloads mirrors, bug tracking and other features.

    SourceForge review by Kuntal V.
    "SourceForge the ultimate OpenSource software base: The best thing about SourceForge is that it provides a huge platform to the open source community. "
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  11. JFrog

    (10)4.5 out of 5
    JFrog provides world-class infrastructure for software management and distribution.

    Reviewers say compared to GitHub, JFrog is:

    Better at support
    Better at meeting requirements
    More usable
  12. JFrog provides world-class infrastructure for software management and distribution.

    Reviewers say compared to GitHub, JFrog is:

    Better at support
    Better at meeting requirements
    More usable

    JFrog review by Sanyaisirao M.
    "Maintain internal libraries: We can maintain internal libraries with authentication. Setup to publish and resolve is through documentation console."
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  13. Gogs

    (3)3.5 out of 5
    Gogs is a painless self-hosted Git service that runs virtually anywhere with little overhead.
  14. Gogs is a painless self-hosted Git service that runs virtually anywhere with little overhead.

    Gogs review by Pascal L.
    "A great free replacement for GitHub on premise: - Gogs is lightweight, it can even run on a RasberryPi. - It is free - It is crossplatform, so you will be able to choose where you run it. - User compliant with Docker."
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  15. Gitea

    (4)4.8 out of 5
    Gitea is a community managed fork of Gogs, lightweight code hosting solution written in Go and published under the MIT license.
  16. Gitea is a community managed fork of Gogs, lightweight code hosting solution written in Go and published under the MIT license.

    Gitea review by Andrew F.
    "Powerful, Open Source, Free, Self Hosted: the fact that its hosted locally or on a company owned cloud server is great. It gives the system administrators full control over the system and it costs a lot less. Wombathaven's purpose is to help people and business build their own cloud and break free from proprietary software and restrictive licences. This GitHub like alternative is great and easy for the developers to use. Thee only limit is your hardware"
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  17. springloops

    (3)4.2 out of 5
    web based collaboration/version control
  18. web based collaboration/version control

    springloops review by Mike T.
    "Amazing hosted code and project management platform: Everything! I've been using Springloops for about 7 or 8 years now for managing development projects in 4 different companies and private work and it keeps getting better. If I had to pick the feature I like best it's the deployment. I choose the branch I want to deploy, press the button and it's sent to my server. If there is a bug I can roll back just as easily. AND... it's free. I have paid accounts for work but for private stuff where I only need 1 project at a time I can easily use use the free tier. "
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  19. RhodeCode

    (2)3.5 out of 5
    The Bridge to Git, Mercurial & Subversion in the Enterprise
  20. The Bridge to Git, Mercurial & Subversion in the Enterprise

    RhodeCode review by Sanjay T.
    "Review for RhodeCode: Advanced code reviews. Side-by-side diffs. Pull requests. Inline source code chat. Full-text code search and source code indexing. Web-based file adding, editing, deletion. Code snippets system"
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  21. Glitch

    (2)4.8 out of 5
    Glitch has from useful tools that solve problems at work, to cutting-edge VR experiences, smart bots, and apps that help advance important causes.
  22. Glitch has from useful tools that solve problems at work, to cutting-edge VR experiences, smart bots, and apps that help advance important causes.

    Glitch review by User in Computer Software
    "Glitch is my go-to hassle-free HTML & JS fiddle site: I love that Glitch gives you dead simple preconfigured application bases like a quick Node/Express project right out of the box, which is great for building quick, proof-of-concept APIs. Other cloneable configurations like a React starter project are a couple of clicks away."
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  23. Deveo

    (1)4.0 out of 5
    Source code management platform for hosting Git, Mercurial and Subversion repositories behind company firewall.
  24. Source code management platform for hosting Git, Mercurial and Subversion repositories behind company firewall.

    Deveo review by Samantha D.
    "Brings employees together!: What I like best about this program is that we have many departments that come together using different aspects and tools of this program to combine success in our office. We are able to review codes through different departments which helps us work together as a team. I also enjoy that they offer free cloud with your purchase of the program."
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  25. Codebase

    Codebase offers fast and reliable hosting for Git, Mercurial and Subversion repositories. Mix and match unlimited repositories of any type per project.
  26. Codebase offers fast and reliable hosting for Git, Mercurial and Subversion repositories. Mix and match unlimited repositories of any type per project.

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  27. ProjectLocker

    ProjectLocker offers managed code hosting solutions.
  28. ProjectLocker offers managed code hosting solutions.

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  29. SourceRepo

    SourceRepo is a secure source code hosting solution.
  30. SourceRepo is a secure source code hosting solution.

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