Git: During the course of software development, changes to source code are monitored using the Git distributed version control system. Although it is intended for programmers, it may be used to keep track of changes to any set of files. Speed, data integrity, and support for dispersed, non-linear workflows are among its objectives. Git is used by over 70% of developers! Developers can collaborate from anywhere on the planet.
GitHub: GitHub is a web-based service for hosting Git repositories. It provides all of Git's distributed revision control and source code management (SCM) functions in addition to a few extras. Microsoft has purchased GitHub, the largest source code host in the world, since 2018.