Free Git Hosting You Can Rely On
Over 1 million users have chosen Assembla to accelerate their projects and manage their code. Assembla's servers and Git Repositories are hosted in datacenters with world-class physical security and firewalling, and all accounts now come with 128-Bit SSL Encryption (HTTPS).
Your repositories are housed in a Storage Area Network with built-in backup and redundancy with triple failover protection. In addition, we synchronize to off-site backups to protect you against worst-case scenario data-loss where all datacenter systems fail permanently.
When you choose a free private Git repo, you can keep your intellectual property safe from prying eyes; only those you invite to be a member of your space can see your code, and you can even set IP-restrictions for your subversion repository to restrict usage to specific computers and networks.
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Feature-Rich Git Hosting
Our free Git repositories also include some great enhancements to make managing codebases large and small both easier and more productive.
Web-Based Beautiful Code Browser
When you're working within your subversion repository, being able to view changesets, diffs, and examine your source code directly from inside the repo can save you time. With our beautiful code browser you can:
- Changeset browser - see what is new, and what is changed.
- Commits are linked to Assembla user profiles and reports.
- Browse your source code with syntax highlighting and image rendering.
- View as a Web Page - Instantly see your HTML pages rendered as web pages with images, CSS, and JS. Speeds Web design.
Team-Unifying Activity Stream
Keep your team members up-to-date with the happenings in your project with our Activity Stream.
- Multiple notification formats: Email, Web and RSS views of all events, including commits.
- Use commit comments to link changesets to tickets. View related tickets from the code browser. View related changesets from your ticketing tool.
- Pro Accounts can add the webhooks tool and even notify external systems after each commit.
Fork & Merge for Git
One of the Golden Rules of managing code with a version control system is: Commit Often. Fork & merge for Git will empower your team to commit more often with more confidence that they won't break the codebase for others working in the same Git repository.
- Create an isolated copy of your Git Repository with the click of a button.
- Browse inside current forks of your project from the Forks page of your Git Repository.
- Merge Requests - You control what code makes it back into your main branch with merge requests. Merge only the code you want back in your main project.