Once on a call with a teammate, starting GitLive’s codeshare will now offer you the choice of Live Share or Code With Me depending on which IDE you and your teammate are using.
GitLive 12.1 has landed and includes a number of updates that we hope you will find useful as well as plenty of bugfixes. Here are the new features and noteworthy improvements:
With our latest release, you can now video call and share your screen with collaborators, straight from your IDE! This means no more clumsy co-ordination and context-switching on Slack or Microsoft Teams, while you’re trying to debug code together.
With our latest release, you can see your teammates’ changes to a file in the gutter of your editor and get notified of conflicts as soon as they occur even across branches and uncommitted changes!
We’re excited to announce that GitLive now integrates with your self-hosted GitLab instance! The integration works in much the same way as our Azure, Bitbucket, GitHub and GitLab cloud integrations.
Often its not always clear what issue a teammate is working on just by looking at your issue tracker, but now you can check who is working on what without disturbing anyone!
GitLive 8.0 includes a new cherry picking feature, which allows you to seamlessly share code with your teammates. There are also a number of additional updates to this version that we hope you will find useful: Cursor position indicators while...
Real-time editing allows you to open a teammate’s file and start editing it exactly like you would in Google Docs. This was one of the most anticipated features and after it’s been battle-tested by our community of beta users we...
Great news, Microsoft Azure DevOps is now supported in GitLive! The integration works similarly to our previous integrations with GitHub, GitLab and Bitbucket.
GitLive 6.0 adds our real-time editing feature after being battle-tested by our community of beta users. It has by far been one of the most anticipated features allowing you to open a teammate’s file and start editing it exactly as...
Today we welcome GitLab.com to the list of supported repository services, working in much the same way as our GitHub and Bitbucket integrations.