Organize your code and manage your development projects with the nimble tools offered at Codebase.
- Four different pricing plans facilitate increasing numbers of projects and storage space
- Compatible with git, mercurial, and subversion
- Notebooks and wikis allow you to share knowledge between multiple teams
- Pricing models scaleable to the demands of your business
- Support team is friendly and knowledgeable
- Monthly payments required even for amateur software developers
- Higher level tools will only get use from larger development teams
Developing new software can be a complicated affair. Not only do you have to keep an eye on different project teams and the members therein, but you also have to make sure each team meets their milestones so others aren't forced into a bottleneck. Then there's the multiple languages of code that complex software developers inevitably have to juggle. Codebase serves as a versatile platform that allows you to store your code remotely. But it additionally provides a large number of tools you can use to better tack the progress of your teams and receive reports about their continued progress. At the heart of any development project is the code itself, and Codebase's repository makes it easy to keep track of a complex network of code blocks split among various teams and diverse languages. The Codebase browser gives you quick and easy access to any code added to the database, giving you a topdown look at the project as a whole and letting you easily zoom in to specific lines of code. Comprehensive logs allow you to track when and what changes are made to your repository, while code review tools allow users to quickly share information with their colleagues and leave notices for changes that may need to be made. Codebase will automatically generate TODO lists that provide managers with updated lists of every major change that needs to be made to the project. But Codebase is about more than just code tracking. It also provides a selection of project management tools that can improve communications between management and programmers as well as between members of individual teams. That means no one needs to be out of the loop, and everyone can stay abreast of new changes that might have an impact on the code they're working on. One of the more useful of these tools is the activity feed, which can integrate directly with a desktop RSS tool. When problems arise, you'll know, and you'll have steady and real time access to progress as it occurs. Customizable permissions mean that you can expand or decrease the information available to members of your team, giving you greater control over administration and management, and filtering tools mean that you'll never be too overloaded with information to find the data points that you need. Sometimes staring at the big picture can be overwhelming, and that's why Codebase offers important notifications in the form of sprints and milestones. Your developers will always be aware of their goals and understand exactly when each component of the project needs to be completed. Codebase also comes with a powerful API that gives users greater control of the Codebase interface and customized branding for the Codebase UI.