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New git client by the makers of SublimeText

Post by AndyP » Sat Sep 22, 2018 2:17 pm

There's a new git client by the makers of SublimeText.
Started using it today .. looks good.

https://www.sublimemerge.com/
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Re: New git client by the makers of SublimeText

Post by Mikey » Sun Sep 23, 2018 2:27 pm

Hmm
I'm hooked on gitKraken (especially because glo is great to have), but you never know...

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Re: New git client by the makers of SublimeText

Post by AndyP » Mon Sep 24, 2018 12:51 pm

Trying to find a git client that fits with the way I work and have just tried gitKraken which I hadn't heard of before, and its really nice, everything is obvious and I love the dark theme.

Started looking at Glo boards .. excellent.

I'll give a better review after using for a while, but I already like gitKraken a lot.
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Re: New git client by the makers of SublimeText

Post by Mikey » Mon Sep 24, 2018 3:53 pm

I'm not going to lie. GK is nice, but Glo is fantastic, even for a product that's brand new.
Glo lets you have your internal or external teams on the board, assign tasks and due dates, have conversations on issues, add bunches of columns for tracking lists of issues. When something breaks, we add screenshots, scanned reports, etc., right on the card for the issue on the board. I have made our consultants start using it for everything they're working on just because it's like a collaboration and issue tracking tool in one. I usually have glo open in a window on one of the screens on my desk so I can keep an eye on what everyone is doing.
There are reports and filters that can be run when you want to take a sprawling board and organize it into a list (like show me the board by due date or assignee).
Glo will sync with github's issue trackers, which is also cool (but it won't yet sync with the issue tracker for a project you don't own). Each repo can be linked to a board so when you open glo that board pops up by default (but you're still only a click away from any of the other boards).
Glo can be used independently of GK. There's a glo website and there are glo mobile apps. All of them look just like the interface you see in GK when you switch to the glo tab.
Formatting is done in markdown format (.md), which is easy to learn.

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Re: New git client by the makers of SublimeText

Post by AndyP » Wed Oct 10, 2018 9:34 am

Use my link to get the @GitKraken Git Client & Glo Boards FREE! Plus you'll be entered to win a Nintendo Switch! https://www.gitkraken.com/invite/68muhMGB
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