Git Made Simple
GitEye is a single-install platform with an out-of-the-box graphic user interface (GUI) solution for your Git instance. It provides a powerful and intuitive graphical interface with a robust visualization and history management functionality. It simplifies the interface by packaging common Git commands into an easy-to-use graphical Git client. Users of GitEye will feel comfortable within the interface and will have the ability to either utilize the command line or not.
Getting Started with GitEye
GitEye is unique in its ease of installation. No separate installs are required as the built-in library provides all Git client functionality, thereby avoiding the need for a separate Git command line client. GitEye can support any Git repository, including local and cloud-based ones. GitEye runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS. Give your developers the freedom to develop at their speed and with their preferred operating system.
Git Commits with Confidence
Giteye is equipped with an intuitive workspace that summarizes recent activities and progress within various projects. See changes, files, or conflicts from a comprehensive overview of your Git client.
GitEye Local Repository Utilization
One of GitEye's greatest features is its utilizations and magnification of Git’s blinding speed. Because it makes a complete local repository available, GitEye allows for quick browsing of code history, branches and merges. Open related issues in the GitEye issue tracker directly from the history view.
GitEye Out-of-Box Functionality
GitEye’s simple-to-use graphical Git client has central visibility into essential developers' tasks, such as defect tracking, agile planning, code reviews, and build services. Use GitEye’s clean and simple graphical interface to execute common Git commands, such as clone, commit, merge, rebase, push, fetch, pull, stash, stage, reset, and more. GitEye allows for in-depth change history examination, which provides insight into the who/what/why/when for each line of code.
GitEye Task and Issue Management
GitEye comes equipped with an integrated issue tracker client that supports online and offline use. Perform offline operations by simply syncing issues or artifacts to the desktop from Github, TeamForge, Bugzilla, Trac, Jira, and other trackers before leaving network range. Additionally, teams can use a cloud-based agile task board to sync planning and execution within the GitEye client.
Git Code Review and Monitoring
GitEye comes equipped with a full Gerrit Code Review instance that provides notifications on new changes or updates. All details can be visualized and acted upon within GitEye’s platform without having to pull changes manually. GitEye includes support for monitoring builds from platforms like Hudson or Jenkins Continuous Integration Server. Automate build notifications, so as to be able to examine test results and log them into GitEye’s change history.
GitEye works natively with CloudForge and TeamForge, but also provides the best desktop for GitHub. GitEye allows for push-button cloning of repositories from GitHub, CloudForge, and TeamForge. Additionally, it has out-of-the box integrations with other tools, such as: Jira, Bugzilla, Hudson, Jenkins, Trac, and more.