We’ve reached a very exciting milestone for a software team - Version 1.0! After a ton of bug fixes (and hopefully fewer new ones introduced), significant stability and performance improvements, and a ton of UI/UX work (as per your feedback...thank you!), CodeStream is ready for launch.
Our current release includes support for Atom, which brings the number of IDEs we support up to 14 with Visual Studio, VS Code, Android Studio, IntelliJ IDEA, WebStorm, PyCharm and all of the other editors from JetBrains. Whether you personally hop back and forth between editors depending on what you’re working on, or work on a team where everyone uses different editors, CodeStream strives to make it easier to discuss, review, and understand code.
We also now integrate with Azure DevOps and YouTrack, which means you can now add issues right from your IDE to any of eight services (along with Jira, Trello, GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, and Asana).
CodeStream is celebrating this milestone with an extended happy hour and launching on Product Hunt.
If you agree that it's a good thing to make it easier for dev teams to share and retain knowledge, please visit our Product Hunt page and share some feedback. It would really help!
Please share your thoughts and feedback @teamcodestream.
CodeStream helps development teams discuss, review and understand code. CodeStream links comments and issues directly to the code blocks they refer to, making them instantly available to everyone on the team.
Your team knows a lot about your code but the knowledge is locked inside the heads of individual developers.
CodeStream helps to capture and share that knowledge, making your team happier, more productive and more resilient.