Terms Glossary D Distributed Version Control
Edit This Term Record

Distributed Version Control

In computer programming, distributed revision control, also known as distributed version control or decentralized version control, allows many software developers to work on a given project without requiring them to share a common network.
Read More
Distributed revision control takes a peer-to-peer approach to version control, as opposed to the client-server approach of centralized systems. Rather than a single, central repository on which clients synchronize, each peer's working copy of the codebase is a complete repository.
Read More
test test