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The primary function is GitHub. Git is a distributed version management system that keeps track of various file versions (or set of files). Any of the recorded version(s) can be accessed, compared, updated, and distributed at any time. GitHub, on the other hand, is primarily a hosting site for Git repositories.

GitHub is a service for hosting Git version control repositories on the web. It incorporates Git's distributed version control and source code management (SCM) features. Users' active directories simply produce new files in this space, which Git keeps track of.

For a variety of reasons, many people favour Git for version control: It's easier to make a decision. In SVN, network traffic slows everyone down since you commit to the central repository more frequently. With Git, you usually work on your private repository, only committing to the central repository once in a while.

Version control allows several people to work on the same project at the same time. Each team member modifies their own copy of the files and decides when to share the changes with the rest of the group. As a result, one person's temporary or partial alterations do not interfere with the work of another.

Version control is essential for keeping track of changes and ensuring that everyone on your team is working on the same version. For any code, files, and assets that multiple team members will collaborate on, version control software should be used.

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