Meet the GitLab Web IDE

GitLab has been doing much more for the application development workflow than just source code management and versioning for a while – now spanning everything from portfolio management to the complete DevOps lifecycle. Having everyone work from and be familiar with the same interface has many advantages. All that code that gets automatically tested and deployed to production has a human at its source though. With the speed of innovation in today’s web development, we saw a chance to help out both new as well as seasoned developers with writing, reviewing, and committing that code with more confidence. In GitLab 10.7 we released the first iteration of our Web IDE – here’s how it happened. From experiment towards product The original idea came from staff developer Jacob Schatz, who observed how non-developers were having a hard time editing multiple files and getting those changes committed. Although having discussed implementing an


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