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GitKraken vs ungit: What are the differences?

  1. User Interface: GitKraken has a visually appealing and user-friendly interface with drag-and-drop capabilities, advanced search functions, and an integrated code editor. Ungit, on the other hand, has a more minimalist and simple interface without advanced functionalities, focusing on basic Git operations.
  2. Integration with Git Services: GitKraken offers seamless integration with popular Git services like GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket, allowing users to easily manage repositories and workflows. Ungit, however, lacks native integration with Git services, requiring manual configuration for repository management.
  3. Collaboration Features: GitKraken provides advanced collaboration features such as built-in code review tools, task tracking, and commenting functionality to streamline team workflows. In contrast, Ungit lacks robust collaboration features, making it less suitable for team-based projects.

In Summary, GitKraken offers a comprehensive and intuitive Git management solution with advanced features and integration capabilities, while Ungit is a simpler tool focused on basic Git operations without advanced functionalities.

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Pros of GitKraken
Pros of ungit
  • 59
    Dark theme
  • 34
    Best linux git client
  • 29
    Great overview
  • 21
    Full featured client
  • 20
    Gitflow support
  • 19
    Beautiful UI
  • 18
    Very easy to use
  • 16
  • 13
    Works great on both linux and windows
  • 13
  • 6
    Easy Merge Conflict Tool
  • 5
    Amazing Github and Bitbucket integration
  • 4
    Great UX
  • 3
    Integration with GitHub
  • 3
    Automatic Repo Discovery
  • 3
    Submodule support
  • 3
    Easy to Learn and Setup
  • 3
    Super fast
  • 2
    Fuzzy find (CTRL P)
  • 1
    Very user friendly
  • 1
    Much more stable than source tree
  • 1
    Great for non-dev users
  • 1
    Because it has Linux client
  • 1
    Command palette (CTRL Shift P)
  • 1
  • 1
    Integrates with gerrit

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Cons of GitKraken
Cons of ungit
  • 3
    Extremely slow when working with large repositories
  • 3
    No edit/fixup in interactive rebase
  • 3
    Hangs occasionally (not as bad as sourcetree)
  • 2
    Not as many features as sourcetree
  • 2
    Do not allow to directly edit staging area
  • 2
    Does not work like a Mac app
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    What is GitKraken?

    The downright luxurious Git client for Windows, Mac and Linux. Cross-platform, 100% standalone, and free.

    What is ungit?

    Clean and intuitive UI that makes it easy to understand git.

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