by SourceTree

A Git GUI to simplify coding.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: SourceTree

Release : SourceTree 3.1.3

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SourceTree simplifies how you interact with your Git repositories. With an amazingly simple interface and display, it takes away most of the aesthetically inducing headaches you would normally get from coding. Using the program's bookmarks can get you a real-time look at all of your projects and repositories as well as being able to switch into the changesets graph to see between changesets across branches and forks.

SourceTree is aimed at absolutely everyone; It's for the Git newbies and the veterans as well. Not only is it simple enough for a newbie to pick it up, but it's also complex and easy enough to help a veteran switch to a faster and less condensed way to code. Behind a firewall or in the cloud, Git coding can be done virtually anywhere and with greater speed than before.


SourceTree simplifies and gives the coding program clean lines to be able to read.
  • Review changesets, stash, cherry-pick between branches and more.
  • A full-featured GUI that offers an efficient, consistent development process right out of the box.

In conclusion for SourceTree, it truly is a remarkable program that can change the lives of Git coding for veterans and help jumpstart a Git newbie. The interface of this program can be simplified, but simply does not take away its powerful tools. Coding can begin in the cloud, creating and applying patches on the fly, and so much more at your fingertips. SourceTree is definitely a must-have program for those working and coding with Git, whether it's their first time picking it up or their thousandth branch in the coding tree. SourceTree is easy to be used by all and encourages greater understanding through its simple interface display.

Operating system: Windows 7 or later
Processor: 1 GHz or faster
RAM: 2 GB or more
Internet connection for online features

Supports Git and Mercurial, covering a wide range of repository types.
Visualizes code changes, aiding in understanding complex coding processes.
Offers robust command line features for more advanced users.

Not beginner-friendly, requires a certain level of Git knowledge.
Lags and crashes on large repositories, impacting performance.
Lacks a deep directory view, limiting file navigation capabilities.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Noah
Looks like a nice, user friendly product. Getting into coding is so difficult, and this would be helpful for people who are just starting off, as well as someone who has been sitting at a computer all day, eyes crossing at all the code they've been working on.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Cole Slattery
This software has been a lifesaver. Makes it much easier to code. Its so easy to visualize my repositories through GIT gui. The best past is I dont have to use the command line anymore. You get all the benefits from using a mac with your windows computer without having to drop a lot of money.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Cameron Holquin
SourceTree is a free, powerful Git and Mercurial desktop client for developers on Mac or Windows. It provides an intuitive graphical interface to manage and visualize version control repositories and help developers work quickly and efficiently with Git and Mercurial.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Harrison Ferrarelli
I have been using SourceTree for almost 2 years now and I'm very pleased with it. It is a great tool for managing my Git repositories. It is very intuitive and easy to use. I'm able to quickly commit, push and pull changes with it. I also like how I can easily switch between branches and view the commit history. It has a nice feature where it automatically checks for conflicts and shows them to me in an easy-to-understand format. I haven't had any issues with SourceTree so far, so I would definitely recommend it to anyone who needs a Git management tool.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Brodie P.
SourceTree is a great software for managing source code and repository tracking. It is user friendly and easy to use. It is a great tool for managing branches in a project. It also has a powerful diff and merge tool which makes it easy to track changes. The built-in interface is intuitive and the integrated terminal makes it easier to run commands.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner George G.
The interface is user-friendly and easy to navigate. It provides a clear visual representation of the repository and its branches. The integration with Git and Mercurial is seamless. The only downside is the occasional lag when loading large repositories.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Aiden Bookhamer
The software is user-friendly and provides a clear overview of changes made to code.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner William
Straightforward, reliable for version control tasks.
image/svg+xmlBotttsPablo Stanley Körner Calum
Intuitive, efficient version control management.
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