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CodeStream

Overview

What is CodeStream?

The vendor states CodeStream helps development teams resolve issues faster, and improve code quality by streamlining code reviews inside an IDE. CodeStream enables asynchronous communication among developers on a team, anywhere. Review changes in the context of the full…

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Recent Reviews

CodeStream

9 out of 10
February 21, 2022
Incentivized
CodeStream is a very good platform to develop or collaborate the coding or the scripts. Using CodeStream we can easily develop our code …
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Pricing

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Basic

$10.00

Cloud
Per Seat / Per Month

Enterprise

$49.00

Cloud
Per Seat / Per Month

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee
For the latest information on pricing, visithttps://www.codestream.com/pricing

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services
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Product Demos

CodeStream 60s Demo

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CodeStream Demo Time - Weekly Status Email report is coming soon

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Demo Time - We're now rendering most of the GitLab MR timeline

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Codestream Demo

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Demo Time - Enhancements when viewing GitHub PRs and even more GitLab MR progress

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Demo Time - New message and unread reply indicators

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Product Details

What is CodeStream?

The vendor states CodeStream helps development teams resolve issues faster, and improve code quality by streamlining code reviews inside an IDE.

CodeStream enables asynchronous communication among developers on a team, anywhere. Review changes in the context of the full source tree, using preferred keybindings and environments. Use a simple shortcut to highlight code and CodeStream will automatically assign a reviewer based on context and history. Comment and code review threads are automatically repositioned as code changes, even across branches.

CodeStream puts Slack right inside VS Code, and saves all discussions about code, with the code. The end result is that source files become annotated with a team’s code-related discussions, delivering the full wisdom of every developer who has contributed to a codebase. Discussions become documentation for the source tree, creating a knowledge base from which future developers can learn.


CodeStream Features

  • Supported: In editor code review and code discussion
  • Supported: Automatically detect merge conflicts and assign a reviewer
  • Supported: Live Share View to see what everyone on a team is working on

CodeStream Screenshots

Screenshot of Code DiscussionScreenshot of Slack IntegrationScreenshot of Code Review

CodeStream Competitors

CodeStream Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationNo
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Comparisons

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Reviews and Ratings

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Reviews

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Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Our team is dedicated for development, so every day is like writing a lot of code and to maintain the quality a lot of reviews and collaborations to achieve the best, robust development environment. So earlier we were using some third party review process where we need to push the feature branch then raise pull request or merge request after that reviewers will get mails and after that review will be happened and in the end review comments etc. So it seems to be a long and futile process. For such situation CodeStream comes as a charm. It facilitate code reviews on the fly within no time, fastest peer code discussions with highlighting feature which is very useful for the later stages in the development cycle. Its a simple feedback request process which improves the whole development efficiency and productivity.
  • Peer code discussions.
  • CodeStream makes it possible that smaller code reviews can be initiated rather than a big cumbersome review in conventional development practice.
  • Fast code reviews.
  • No commits are required for those tasks which are in progress state, for review requests.
  • Best part is reviewer have a screen which projects whole code with the difference so reviewer have better visualization.
  • Review comments appears to be native comments.
  • Inside IDE collaboration with multiple developers.
  • Issues with version compatibility.
  • No as many big cons yet, this tool is superb.
  • No cons in support as well, it's just good.
CodeStream is well suited for all developments where two or more people are developing something and I feel there's rarely any project which is been developed and maintained by a single developer. So in short codestream is suitable for almost every development team:
- More than one person is developing the code.
- People need to get frequent reviews for efficient development.
- Best suitable for the teams where new people are there very often.
- Collaborations are part of every day to day activities.
- Without raising PR and branch management reviews are been incorporated.
  • Frequent reviews without raising PR, branch management and email conversations.
  • Peer code discussions.
  • Without developing the whole feature a dev can request a review every now and then which is a very important and good part of agile.
  • Reviewer is having the whole IDE for review not just the code snippet with the changes it enhances the experience and lowers the chances of mistakes.
  • CodeStream provides a good bonding within the team.
  • Productivity of the team increased.
  • Lowered the chances of mistakes at the time of review.
  • No corners left un-observed.
  • The development cycle becomes more interactive and hence team enjoys the peer discussions and review process.
  • A lot of time is been saved, no need of conventional time taking reviews procedures.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We used code stream in a investment banking project for integration of all the developer tools like GitHub, Bitbucket. Mainly as a CICD tool for a streamlined process of code deployment. This was used as a major collaborator of the developer tools for which integrates the code development, ersion control, deployment under one umbrella
  • Code checkins
  • Pipelines for CICD
  • Docker support
  • UI and navigation between services
  • Only support YAML method
  • Manual setting of triggers in the pipeline
It's very well suited as an CICD tool for pipeline creation and automation. The Uac design of all the services are top notch and better compared to AWS CodePipeline. It's very strong with API management also and also is very good for JIRA Integra. The notable drawback is manual creation of triggers along the pipeline which seems tedious sometimes
  • JIRA integration
  • API extensibility
  • CICD pipeline designs
  • Faster deployment
  • High cost of support
  • Kubernates deployment problem
  • API integration and extensibility for customisation
When compared to Bitbucket, CodeStream is a luck lustre. Even though the overall features are more with CodeStream like customisation of API and more control of triggers across the designed pipeline, Bitbucket and Visual Studio score better in terms of faster implementation and dedicated and proven support system . Apart from that CodeStream fairs better than AWS CodePipeline in overall features
February 21, 2022

CodeStream

Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
CodeStream is a very good platform to develop or collaborate the coding or the scripts. Using CodeStream we can easily develop our code also it is very easy to use. Also, it is giving an option to integrate it with another software which is really helpful for developing any of the products.
  • Integration
  • Easy to use.
  • Easy to maintain.
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To develop a really good product we really need a good product to work on and also where a team can collaborate with one and another easily so CodeStream giving all the option here and also it can be integrated with another software which is really a great feature which is so useful to work on.
  • Collaboration
  • Continuous Delivery.
  • Easy to maintain.
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