We have internal standards of code works and version control that boost team efficiency, minimize errors, allow flexible release management, and let us introduce new developers to a project with ease.


Our strict Gitflow workflow makes all developers on the team work in line with uniform practices, using the same processes and logic.

There are several great benefits Gitflow brings to the table. Firstly, it minimizes the amount of bugs as only certain professionals on a project team have the authority to approve changes to the source code. Secondly, the stricter processes of Gitflow allow for faster and easier analysis of arising issues and better control of the final result.

Finally, Gitflow makes introducing new programmers to a project just a piece of cake! All because our development and testing processes are predefined and standardized.


Testing & Release Switching

Well-tuned Gitflow is a solid foundation for agile development: trying out hypotheses, A/B testing, switching and turning features off after tests.

The Gitflow workflow provides every feature with a restoration point which is easy to find. A snapshot of every version is kept in the memory so it can be restored. This way we also minimize the probability of conflicts and time spent fixing code when merging it.

The processes of manual and automatic development are well-documented in Gitflow.

In case of an urgent issue, we have regulations in place that stipulate safe hotfixes.

Code Review & Team Interactions

We have the processes of code review, pull request approval, code merge, and feature release standardized and regulated for every project.

DEVELUP accounts for the level of competence and specialization of every professional on a project team when setting up custom regulations and rules of Gitflow. Our regular code reviews and strict quality control make new team members efficient from the start.



We use GitLab to work with code and as a versioning system. For task automation and continuous integration, we employ GitLabCI.

Most projects have at least three environments: development, stage, and production. When setting up the Git workflow in a project, we account for how the environments differ in their settings, testing processes, logging, file storages, and databases.

Our team sets up flexible configurations that allow us to virtually eliminate manual changes of settings regardless of the environment and the development stage.

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The workflow DEVELUP has built around Git and GitLab ensures we keep the codebases of even the most complex projects in perfect order.

Our well-document Gitflow processes keep the probability of bugs low by reducing the human factor, maximize the quality of the code base, and the system’s stability.