GitKraken

Scottsdale, AZ, USA
2002
  |  By Allison Wheeler
Setting up your first Git repository is a bit like writing your first “Hello World” program – it’s a fundamental step in your development journey! And just like “Hello World” introduced you to the basics of coding, creating a Git repo is the first step towards effective collaboration and project management.
  |  By Allison Wheeler
Picture this: you’re working on a big project with tight deadlines, juggling multiple pull requests, and just when you think you’re getting ahead, you hit a merge conflict that throws everything into chaos. Your inbox is flooded with GitHub notifications, you’ve lost track of which issues are the most urgent, and the code review feedback is as clear as mud. Sound familiar? Well, you’re not alone.
  |  By Fisher
Writing optimal code is crucial for developers, and human collaboration is key to achieving this. Code review tools are essential for maintaining the integrity of well-built products, which are vital for software development. We are a team of developers that love building tools that optimize our worlds. As engineers, designers and product managers, we identified many challenges in standard Git workflows that inhibited us from working more effectively together.
  |  By Matt Johnston
TL;DR: GitKraken acquires CodeSee and launches the unified GitKraken DevEx Platform, enhancing workflows across all major development environments and setting new standards in developer tools. Dive in to discover our powerful new features and how they contribute to simplifying your coding life. Almost a decade ago, we introduced GitKraken Client with a clear mission: make Git simpler for developers.
  |  By Allison Wheeler
When you’re working on a complex project, keeping track of all the who’s, what’s, and when’s of code changes can be a daunting task. From deciphering the origins of a specific line to understanding the entire journey your project has undergone through its various stages of development, the challenges can be numerous and nuanced – especially for devs working on large teams.
  |  By Allison Wheeler
Code reviews can quickly become code catch-ups – you’re sifting through countless commits, trying to understand the story behind a particular piece of code. Who made this change? When was this pushed? Which files were modified? These blockers can make code reviews feel like wasted time digging through the project’s commit history. That’s where GitLens comes into play, providing powerful Git functionalities right into VS Code.
  |  By Allison Wheeler
Programming is an art and a science, and while we often focus on things like performance and integrations, there’s something just as crucial that deserves our attention – aesthetics. Okay, maybe not just as crucial. But, how our tools look and feel can enhance productivity and comfort. Customizing Visual Studio Code (VS Code) themes are just one of the many ways you can add some personal flair to your everyday code editor.
  |  By Allison Wheeler
When it comes to welcoming new developers into a team, a well-thought-out onboarding process is key. It all starts with setting clear goals and expectations right out of the gate, helping everyone understand their role and how it fits into the bigger picture of the company’s objectives. This, paired with a structured training program, can blend the often confusing process of learning the ropes with actual hands-on experience.
  |  By Allison Wheeler
To-do lists. Time tracking. Automation. Scripting. Making your cup of coffee in the morning. These are just a few of the hundreds of add-ons available for teams using Jira on the Atlassian marketplace (okay, maybe not the coffee one yet. Get on it, AI). With such a vast array of tools at their disposal, development teams can customize their Jira experience to fit their unique needs, enhancing productivity and efficiency.
  |  By Allison Wheeler
With more developers working remotely, traditional code reviews have begun to shift. Classic water cooler conversations have turned into pings on Slack, and collaborative office spaces have transformed into stand-alone home setups. Remote work clearly has many advantages, but it can also leave developers feeling isolated. Asynchronous communication introduces massive bottlenecks for efficient feedback and creative brainstorming, particularly during code reviews.
  |  By GitKraken
Whether you need a quick undo or a complete overhaul, Git reset's options – soft, mixed, and hard – have you covered. See how you can manage changes in just a few clicks within GitKraken Desktop.
  |  By GitKraken
Simplify your development workflow with Git Integration for Jira! Admins can connect to their Git hosting service and select which repos should be included, so devs can seamlessly sync commit messages with Jira issue keys. Watch our full Getting Started guide here on YouTube to see how easy it is!
  |  By GitKraken
In this step-by-step Git Integration for Jira tutorial, we'll show you how to connect GitHub to Jira, enabling efficient project management and improved team collaboration. You'll learn about authentication options, managing permissions, and connecting repositories, plus tips to track commit messages and using detailed commit insights within Jira. Whether you're using GitHub Cloud or Enterprise, this guide will help you get started quickly and easily!
  |  By GitKraken
Boost your code reviews with Code Suggest! Propose changes on any file – not just those in the PR. Discover how it can enhance your workflow and improve dev-to-dev collaboration in our latest Workshop here on YouTube.
  |  By GitKraken
Enjoy the flexibility of suggesting edits from wherever you code – your IDE, GitKraken Desktop, GitKraken.dev, and more! Make your code reviews faster and more efficient with Code Suggest! Watch our latest Workshop to learn how Code Suggest can transform your review process.
  |  By GitKraken
See combined changes, identify misplaced code, and edit files with ease using Code Suggest. Check out our latest Workshop here on YouTube to see how you can keep everything organized and efficient within GitKraken Desktop.
  |  By GitKraken
Made changes in review mode? Suggest file changes and then send them off to your colleagues in a Cloud Patch for seamless collaboration. Watch our Workshop to learn more about features to save time and expedite your workflow!
  |  By GitKraken
With our new Team mode in Launchpad, you can quickly view your entire Workspace, monitor pull requests, and track progress instantly. Perfect for engineering managers and team leads to stay updated and aligned!
  |  By GitKraken
Launchpad consolidates info across repos, shows PRs ready to merge, highlights unassigned reviewers, and more – all without leaving GitKraken Desktop. Check out our latest Workshop for more tips to keep your team unblocked and your projects moving forward!
  |  By GitKraken
Take advantage of those tabs! Keep things organized by flipping between your pull requests, issues, and WIPs. Filtering options make it easy to view what's assigned to you and your team so nothing slips through the cracks. Check out Launchpad in action in our latest Workshop here on YouTube!

GitKraken is on a mission to make Git easier, safer and more powerful across multiple surfaces and environments that development teams use.

Over 10 million developers from more than 100,000 organizations worldwide rely on GitKraken to get their work done. Since 2014, we've been rapidly developing the legendary cross-platform tools while reimagining an intuitive, visual approach to Git. Our team is dedicated to making tools that help software developers be more productive using Git, it's truly our passion. We develop software that's in use by the world's most elite companies like Apple, Google, Microsoft, Amazon, and thousands of other leading organizations.

We Make Git Tools Devs Love.