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Event hooks for logged time

Posted on Wednesday 

Recently we've added a new feature to the Codebase platform - the ability to set up an account-wide, or project-level hook for logged time. This might be useful in particular...

Record everything with Notebooks

Posted on the 24th July 

Notebooks allow you to keep all of your documentation in a safe, structured and versioned way. To setup your notebook, navigate to your project, open the Notebook tab and click...

Keep track of your time

Posted on the 24th July 

In Codebase, your developers can set and record time sessions, which can be marked and billed so you can pay them correctly for the work they have done.

Including and excluding days from sprints

Posted on the 21st July 

Until today, a sprint's ideal velocity and average velocity metrics were calculated using all the days between the start and end date. While all of us dream of working 7...

Track errors in your app

Posted on the 17th July 

With Codebase Exceptions, you can setup your application to report exceptions straight back to your Codebase interface.

Tracking Deployments

Posted on the 13th July 

In Codebase, you can track deployments by sending a request to the application whenever your deploy your code.

Understanding Tickets and Milestones

Posted on the 4th July 

Wouldn't it be great to be able to keep a track of items you have to do on a project, along with having a record of what has been done...

Master your code with extra tools

Posted on the 4th July 

With Codebase, you can manage your code and repository changes easily, with a number of different tools included in the web interface.

Branching and Merging

Posted on the 30th June 

If you're working on a new feature, or pushing a bug fix to your site, branching is a great way to ensure you don't cause any issues with your main...

Using Mercurial in Windows

Posted on the 29th June 

You may wish to use Mercurial via a command line interface, or via a UI. In this guide, we will be looking at installing a Mercurial UI client, so we...

Using SVN in Windows

Posted on the 29th June 

You may wish to use SVN via a command line interface, or via a UI. In this guide, we will be looking at installing a Subversion UI client, so we can checkin and commit from Windows straight to our Codebase account.