Use Atlassian development tools to search, test, review and manage your code.
FishEye: source code visualisation
FishEye reads and analyses Subversion, Git, Perforce, ClearCase, CVS and Mercurial source codes and displays them with version modifications and all relevant notes. FishEye also offers search functions and reports.
Crucible: code review
Crucible allows you to check your source code at any time. Other Crucible advantages include in-line commentary, workflows and email/RSS notifications.
Bamboo: Build automation in JIRA
Bamboo gives you an overview of your JIRA issues, letting you link issues with commits, test results and releases on a single interface. Ensuring that you and your team are always up-to-date with where things stand.
Bitbucket: code repository
Host your code online and in as many private and public repositories as you wish. Issue trackers, wikis, code comments, and pull requests come as standard. Bitbucket supports both the Git and Mercurial control systems. Cost free for up to five users.
Clover: code metrics for testing
Identify the riskiest code in your project; concentrate on the tests with the greatest effects.
JIRA Capture: exploratory testing
JIRA Capture is a JIRA update, designed to capture web application issues quickly and do exploratory tests. Context (including screen shots) can be logged automatically.
SourceTree: repository management made simple
Powerful Git and Mercurial desktop client for Windows or Mac: say goodbye to command lines and enjoy the full capacity of Git and Mercurial with the well-designed and easy to use SourceTree user interface.