The process of managing changes to software code is called version control, commonly referred to as source control. A software technology called a version control system helps software development teams track changes to source code over time.
Here are three of the several version control systems and which ones are more crucial:
File Locking: A way to ensure that no two persons can simultaneously alter the same file is to use file locking.
Merging: Merging is a technique that does permit several users to check out the same file simultaneously.
Baseline: Baselines (also known as snapshots) can be used to identify a version in a source control system.
Also, See: Agile Software Development