This How-to explains within few minutes how to import a GitHub repository into GitLab. Both SVN have a lot in common, but also some big differences. For some of them, I decided to move to GitLab.
1. Create a GitLab Account
To import something from GitHub into GtiLab, you need an account. You just have to fill some identification information and you’ll be ready.
Here is the link to register : https://gitlab.com/users/sign_in#register-pane
5. Create your CI configuration
One of the magic things on GitLab is their CI/CD. To get started with this, you only need to create a “.gitlab-ci.yml”. With this file, you’ll be able to do all the stages you want like building, testing and deploying. Plus, this is completely free (with some limitations).
If you’re interested, you can take a look at the one in this project : https://gitlab.com/reidprojects/pysinope