GitHub is a Git repository hosting service, but it adds many of its own features. While Git is a command line tool, GitHub provides a Web-based graphical interface. It also provides access control and several collaboration features, such as a wikis and basic task management tools for every project.
|Top Competitors||Websites||Market Share||Versus Page|
|Git||22,553||37.79%||Github vs. Git|
|Bitbucket||4,723||7.91%||Github vs. Bitbucket|
|Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS)||4,088||6.85%||Github vs. Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS)|
|GitLab||2,751||4.61%||Github vs. GitLab|
|Microsoft Visual SourceSafe||2,460||4.12%||Github vs. Microsoft Visual SourceSafe|
|Apache Subversion||2,395||4.01%||Github vs. Apache Subversion|
|Mercurial||2,318||3.88%||Github vs. Mercurial|
|Visual Studio Team Services||1,885||3.16%||Github vs. Visual Studio Team Services|
|PVCS Professional Suite||1,429||2.39%||Github vs. PVCS Professional Suite|
|TortoiseSVN||945||1.58%||Github vs. TortoiseSVN|
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