Best Code Repository Software 2017

A code repository is where snippets and patches of source code for software programs are archived in an organized way. Codes stored in a code repository can be retrieved easily in the future. You’ll find different code repository hosts for open source software projects, single developers and multi developer projects. Products in this category often support release management, version control, mailing lists, bug tracking, and wiki-based documentation. Some code repository software products require users to state the reasons for every commit. The software sends you email notifications when someone updates your repositories. 


Bitbucket

Bitbucket 93

(200)

Bitbucket is a cloud-based Git and Mercurial based source code management and collaboration tool. More Information...

GitHub

GitHub 93

(582)

Github is a collaborative coding tool with version control, branching and merging all included. More Information...

RhodeCode

RhodeCode 43

(1)

RhodeCode is a fast and powerful management tool for Mercurial and GITand SVN with a built in push/pull server, full text search, pull requests and code-review system. More Information...


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jsFiddle

jsFiddle 86

(0)

jsFiddle is an online playground for web developers to test and share JavaScript, CSS, HTML or CoffeeScript. More Information...

CSSDeck

CSSDeck 72

(1)

CSSDeck is an online HTML, CSS and Javascript sandbox with social and collaborative tools. More Information...

devZing

devZing 56

(0)

Bug Tracking, Test Case Management and Version Control More Information...

codeBeamer

codeBeamer 40

(0)

codeBeamer ALM: The most Agile Application Lifecycle Management Platform for Traceability & Compliance More Information...

Stackahoy

Stackahoy 30

(0)

An all-in-one control station for managing and configuring your web application deployments across all git repository providers securely, efficiently and in real time. More Information...

ReviewNinja

ReviewNinja 16

(1)

ReviewNinja is a light-weight code-review tool which fits neatly into the GitHub pull request workflow. More Information...

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