As Git is becoming a basic need for developers across global enterprises, here comes a new version to cheer up the developers. Atlassian, the Sydney based company and the creator of business enterprise software targeted at software developers, has just released the Stash 1.2 version. The company launched the maiden version of the software two months back, and has quickly served the developer community with an updated version. Focused on bridging the gap between the developers using Git and the IT admins who have to manage it, Stash 1.2 comes with several advanced features, and provides support for all major databases, including MySQL, PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle. This enables administrators and developers to deploy to the custom environments of their chosen database.
Here is the list of some cool features present in the Stash 1.2 version:
- Painless migration
- Rapid file searching
- Noise signal filtering
- Improved protection from data loss
Besides, you can integrate and extend your Stash with 3 add-ons, and the expansion of add-ons is also on the cards. These add-ons include ReadMe- that looks for a ReadMe file in your repository and renders it in the proper format, Awesome Charts – that help visualize your teams productivity over time, and Badgr – that helps motivate your development team by rewarding them with useful badges for committing and pushing code.
In the same vein, GitHub–a site that was built by and for coders–finally got its first round of venture financing and raised $100 million from Andreessen Horowitz. This investment is the largest to data for the fast growing VC firm who continues its’ dominance of the Silicon Valley VC firms. GitHub’s success has been mainly in their awesome product market fit. And the good thing is that all including founders, employees, and the investors understand it well, and that’s why they have been able to do a nice job so far.
In addition to Stash, there came some more developer tools in the market, including Storyteller Beta crated by Sparkart, a technology and web media consulting group based in Oakland and Nashville. Storyteller’s available developer tools include a user-friendly code editor and auto reload service that makes coding a responsive Website easier, allowing developers to view changes in real time across multiple connected devices. Then, we also welcomed from new Application Transformation solutions by HP that aimed at the growing mobile-based enterprise applications developer market for the corporate enterprise.
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