What is GitUp?
GitUp lets you see your entire labyrinth of branches and merges with perfect clarity. Any change you make, large or small, even outside GitUp, is immediately reflected in GitUp's graph. No refreshing, no waiting.
GitUp is a tool in the Source Code Management Desktop Apps category of a tech stack.
Who uses GitUp?
6 companies reportedly use GitUp in their tech stacks, including Connected Bits, Glambox, and Seat Puzzle.
11 developers on StackShare have stated that they use GitUp.
Why developers like GitUp?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use GitUp
- Highlight a commit and hit the spacebar to quickly see its message and diff.
- GitUp gives you full, transparent control over your local checkout, so it's easy to back out from unwanted changes.
- GitUp's Snapshot feature builds a Time-Machine-like history of every change made to your repo, allowing you to step backwards to any point in time.
- Rewrite, split, delete, and re-order commits, fixup and squash, cherry-pick, merge, rebase—It's all here, and it's lightning-fast.
- GitUp puts the power in your fingertips. Surf your repo, make changes, and rewind it all back with a few short keystrokes.
GitUp Alternatives & Comparisons
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