Commit c9c0a127 authored by Marcia Ramos's avatar Marcia Ramos 👀 Committed by Job van der Voort

New doc topic user/project/index

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### Projects and groups
- [Create a project](gitlab-basics/create-project.md)
- [Fork a project](gitlab-basics/fork-project.md)
- [Importing and exporting projects between instances](user/project/settings/import_export.md).
- [Project access](public_access/public_access.md): Setting up your project's visibility to public, internal, or private.
- [Projects](user/project/index.md):
- [Create a project](gitlab-basics/create-project.md)
- [Fork a project](gitlab-basics/fork-project.md)
- [Importing and exporting projects between instances](user/project/settings/import_export.md).
- [Project access](public_access/public_access.md): Setting up your project's visibility to public, internal, or private.
- [GitLab Pages](user/project/pages/index.md): Build, test, and deploy your static website with GitLab Pages.
- [Groups](user/group/index.md): Organize your projects in groups.
- [GitLab Subgroups](user/group/subgroups/index.md)
- [Subgroups](user/group/subgroups/index.md)
- [Search through GitLab](user/search/index.md): Search for issues, merge requests, projects, groups, todos, and issues in Issue Boards.
- [Snippets](user/snippets.md): Snippets allow you to create little bits of code.
- [Wikis](user/project/wiki/index.md): Enhance your repository documentation with built-in wikis.
- [GitLab Pages](user/project/pages/index.md): Build, test, and deploy your static website with GitLab Pages.
### Repository
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## Projects
In GitLab, you can create projects for numerous reasons, such as, host
In GitLab, you can create [projects](project/index.md) for numerous reasons, such as, host
your code, use it as an issue tracker, collaborate on code, and continuously
build, test, and deploy your app with built-in GitLab CI/CD. Or, you can do
it all at once, from one single project.
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- Personal information
- Activity stream: see your activity streamline and the history of your contributions
- Groups: [groups](../group/index.md) you're a member of
- Contributed projects: projects you contributed to
- Contributed projects: [projects](../project/index.md) you contributed to
- Personal projects: your personal projects (respecting the project's visibility level)
- Snippets: your personal code [snippets](../snippets.md#personal-snippets)
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# Projects
In GitLab, you can create projects for hosting
your codebase, use it as an issue tracker, collaborate on code, and continuously
build, test, and deploy your app with built-in GitLab CI/CD.
Your projects can be [available](../../public_access/public_access.md)
publicly, internally, or privately, at your choice. GitLab does not limit
the number of private projects you create.
## Project's features
When you create a project in GitLab, you'll have access to a large number of
[features](https://about.gitlab.com/features/):
**Issues and merge requests:**
- [Issue tracker](issues/index.md): Discuss implementations with your team within issues
- [Issue Boards](issue_board.md): Organize and prioritize your workflow
- [Multiple Issue Boards](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/project/issue_board.html#multiple-issue-boards) (**EES/EEP**): Allow your teams to create their own workflows (Issue Boards) for the same project
- [Repositories](repository/index.md): Host your code in a fully
integrated platform
- [Protected branches](protected_branches.md): Prevent collaborators
from messing with history or pushing code without review
- [Protected tags](protected_tags.md): Control over who has
permission to create tags, and prevent accidental update or deletion
- [Merge Requests](merge_requests/index.md): Apply your branching
strategy and get reviewed by your team
- [Merge Request Approvals](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/project/merge_requests/merge_request_approvals.html) (**EES/EEP**): Ask for approval before
implementing a change
- [Fix merge conflicts from the UI](merge_requests/resolve_conflicts.md):
Your Git diff tool right from GitLab's UI
- [Review Apps](../../ci/review_apps/index.md): Live preview the results
of the changes proposed in a merge request in a per-branch basis
- [Labels](labels.md): Organize issues and merge requests by labels
- [Time Tracking](../../workflow/time_tracking.md): Track estimate time
and time spent on
the conclusion of an issue or merge request
- [Milestones](milestones/index.md): Work towards a target date
- [Description templates](description_templates.md): Define context-specific
templates for issue and merge request description fields for your project
- [Slash commands (quick actions)](quick_actions.md): Textual shortcuts for
common actions on issues or merge requests
**GitLab CI/CD:**
- [GitLab CI/CD](../../ci/README.md): GitLab's built-in [Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment](https://about.gitlab.com/2016/08/05/continuous-integration-delivery-and-deployment-with-gitlab/) tool
- [Container Registry](container_registry.md): Build and push Docker
images out-of-the-box
- [Auto Deploy](../../ci/autodeploy/index.md): Configure GitLab CI/CD
to automatically set up your app's deployment
- [Enable and disable GitLab CI](../../ci/enable_or_disable_ci.md)
- [Pipelines](../../ci/pipelines.md#pipelines): Configure and visualize
your GitLab CI/CD pipelines from the UI
- [Scheduled Pipelines](pipelines/schedules.md): Schedule a pipeline
to start at a chosen time
- [Pipeline Graphs](../../ci/pipelines.md#pipeline-graphs): View your
entire pipeline from the UI
- [Job artifacts](pipelines/job_artifacts.md): Define,
browse, and download job artifacts
- [Pipeline settings](pipelines/settings.md): Set up Git strategy (choose the default way your repository is fetched from GitLab in a job),
timeout (defines the maximum amount of time in minutes that a job is able run), custom path for `.gitlab-ci.yml`, test coverage parsing, pipeline's visibility, and much more
- [GitLab Pages](pages/index.md): Build, test, and deploy your static
website with GitLab Pages
**Other features:**
- [Cycle Analytics](cycle_analytics.md): Review your development lifecycle
- [Koding integration](koding.md) (not available on GitLab.com): Integrate
with Koding to have access to a web terminal right from the GitLab UI
- [Syntax highlighting](highlighting.md): An alternative to customize
your code blocks, overriding GitLab's default choice of language
### Project's integrations
[Integrate your project](integrations/index.md) with Jira, Mattermost,
Kubernetes, Slack, and a lot more.
## New project
Learn how to [create a new project](../../gitlab-basics/create-project.md) in GitLab.
### Fork a project
You can [fork a project](../../gitlab-basics/fork-project.md) in order to:
- Collaborate on code by forking a project and creating a merge request
from your fork to the upstream project
- Fork a sample project to work on the top of that
## Import or export a project
- Import a project from:
- [GitHub to GitLab](../../workflow/importing/import_projects_from_github.md)
- [BitBucket to GitLab](../../workflow/importing/import_projects_from_bitbucket.md)
- [Gitea to GitLab](../../workflow/importing/import_projects_from_gitea.md)
- [FogBugz to GitLab](../../workflow/importing/import_projects_from_fogbugz.md)
- [Export a project from GitLab](settings/import_export.md#exporting-a-project-and-its-data)
- [Importing and exporting projects between GitLab instances](settings/import_export.md)
## Leave a project
**Leave project** will only display on the project's dashboard
when a project is part of a group (under a
[group namespace](../group/index.md#namespaces)).
If you choose to leave a project you will no longer be a project
member, therefore, unable to contribute.
# Koding & GitLab
# Koding integration
> [Introduced][ce-5909] in GitLab 8.11.
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A [repository](https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Git-Basics-Getting-a-Git-Repository)
is what you use to store your codebase in GitLab and change it with version control.
A repository is part of a project, which has a lot of other features.
A repository is part of a [project](../index.md), which has a lot of other features.
## Create a repository
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