What is difference between TFS and SVN?

Shubhraneel Ghosh
Shubhraneel Ghosh

Posted On: Jan 08, 2021

 

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TFS stands for Team foundation server.SVN stands for Subversion (version control system).
TFS is an Application Life-cycle Management solution.SVN and Git are source control only.
TFS does source control as well as issue tracking, document management, reporting, continuous integration, virtual labs for testing etc.TFS's Source Control & SVN are centralized source control, Git is distributed.
TFS is the most tightly integrated into Visual Studio.SVN has a few third party options for integrating into Visual Studio and they are quite nice, but not as tightly integrated as TFS.

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