Crucible

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Review code, discuss changes, share knowledge, and identify defects across SVN, Git, Mercurial, CVS, and Perforce.

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Crucible review by <span>Rakesh M.</span>
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Crucible is the way forward for Enterprise Architecture and Agile Collaboration

What do you like best?

The branch trunk feature that replicates my code is the best way to go about reviewing it line by line

What do you dislike?

Too many emails, and hard to control grouping. Also the version control is kind of slow render which would be faster in non browser app i believe

Recommendations to others considering the product

Good for fast moving Agile Code reviews. Lot of flexibility with respect to code tags or versions, and very quick in rendering the updated Java EE contents. Design decisions become evidently clear on page/JSP work from colleagues. Easy to pin point issues that may arrive early in the code. This makes the team get on same page quickly than analyzing differently on different screens.

The only thing to be mindful about is the filtering of the versions. Sometimes the selection takes a bit while to render the selected version, and the user will be under the impression that the filter is already applied and goes about ahead, which is kind of drawback. This is since Crucible we use is a browser application.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Code review is the best use no prize for guessing. Makes everyone come on same page instantly.

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Crucible review by <span>Patrick L.</span>
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Good code review tool working with Atlassian stack

What do you like best?

Integration with Atlassian products. If you integrate with JIRA, Bamboo, and others, you can have an end to end development experience, allowing to:

* ensure all code changes need to be reviewed before releases can be made

* cross-reference code reviews to issues

* cross-reference code reviews to builds and deployments

This allows you to quickly locate what code has been changed, the issues they address, and if they have been reviewed before being allowed to be released into the final product.

What do you dislike?

Mostly minor annoyances such as UI is/was not consistent with other Atlassian tools, user profile does not sync with mismatching avatars. As a code review tool, it works.

Recommendations to others considering the product

If you are using DVCS such as git and mercurial, you should consider using Bitbucket and pull requests instead. But if you are still using SVN, then Crucible is the tool for you.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Running code reviews for code changes, setting up workflows to ensure certain changes (or all changes) are reviewed before changes are released. Catching bugs early in the process rather than after the product is shipped.

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Crucible review by <span>Mohit S.</span>
Mohit S.
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Best Collaborative code review tool

What do you like best?

Creates formal, workflow-based, or quick code reviews and assign reviewers from across the team. Integration with Jira is a big plus.

What do you dislike?

Git Commits take up to 10 minutes to show up in Crucible.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Code reviews and collaboration by visibility across the team.

Crucible review by <span>Christian H.</span>
Christian H.
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Good tool for code review as part of Atlassian's Suite

What do you like best?

Good integration with other Atlassian tools, specifically with Atlassian Jira

What do you dislike?

Works fine for the application I make of it, with that said my application doesn't use many of the more advanced features.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Nice interface, good tools for filtering and searching, more than adequate for basic code review and code management.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

This software simplifies code review and gives a nice interface to view changes that have been made within a repository

Crucible review by User in Internet
User in Internet
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Best code review tool

What do you like best?

Meets all requirement of a good code review tool.

Feature reach, easy to integrate with other version control systems, notification email management.

Best documentation in business.

Integrated documentation.

What do you dislike?

A bit pricey.

dependence on fisheye.

UI/UX looks dated.

lack of first grade keyboard shortcut

Recommendations to others considering the product

Go for it if you have in-house hosted codebase. You just need to configure fisheye and crucible is good to go. If you have Jira, it will integrate well with that too.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Code review is a breeze with crucible. Easy setup and easy to start. Integrates well with svn and git both. No problem with large codebase.

Crucible review by <span>Jan P.</span>
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Code review fast and simple

What do you like best?

The best thing is integration with Jira and GIT repository. It is very fast and simple to create review for commit from Jira, seamless. Notifications for reviews reaching the deadline is also great thing.

What do you dislike?

The most annoying thing is that you cannot copy code from review... it is so frustrating. Sometimes it is hard to find unread comment or replay.

Recommendations to others considering the product

Crucible is very powerful tool with Jira and GIT integration.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Code quality, code reviews.

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