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Create Merge Requests, Code Reviews, and Other Space Updates in IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3
With the updated Space plugin in IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3, create an intellij merge request, add reactions, and mark files as viewed / not viewed.
Space Code Reviews in PyCharm 2021.2
The Space plugin is now bundled in PyCharm 2021.2. You can now view and clone repositories and review your teammates’ code right from the IDE.
Automation Job Status, @Mentions, and Other Space Updates in IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2
The Space plugin in IntelliJ IDEA 2021.2 comes with some updates to improve your quality of life! Automation job status, @mentions, and other Space integration updates.
Link Issues to Commits and Code Reviews in Space
Learn how to link issues to commits, code reviews, and merge requests in Space to easily track your team’s progress.
Introducing Space Code Owners
Learn how to define an owner for specific paths or files in a Git repo, and enable approval from code owners as a quality gate for merge requests in Space.
How We Use Space to Develop Content for the JetBrains Guide
In this blog post, you'll see how the developer advocacy team at JetBrains adopted Space to make developing content in the JetBrains Guide easier.
Space Code Reviews in IntelliJ IDEA 2021.1
Space makes it easy for you and your team to review code, and discuss changes. You can use any IntelliJ IDEA-based IDE to browse code reviews, assign, manage, view and submit comments, and accept changes.
Quality Gates in Merge Requests
Quality gates are a quality control technique used in collaborative software development. Find out how Space currently uses them in merge request workflows
Space Exploration Webinar Recording and Q&A Session
Thanks for joining us in the first Space webinar! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! For those of you who missed it, here is the recording of our live session: Below is a summary of the Space webinar Q&A session with questions grouped by topic. Thank you for being so active – we received 100+ questions, and most of them (80) were handled during the webinar. We’ll be contacting authors directly to address the unanswered questions that didn’t make it into this post. Don’t worry, all your questions will be answered. (more…)
Introducing Turn-based Code Reviews in Space
Today, we want to introduce you to the concept of turn-based code reviews in Space! The idea behind turn-based code reviews is to make the process of reviewing code as clear as possible for the author of the code, and the reviewers. When the Space team was looking at the typical code review process, we found two issues that could be improved: Who should take action? It's not always clear whether the ball is in the court of the author or that of one of the reviewers. It is not uncommon for a reviewer to write: "Could you please explain the meaning of this part?", and then delete
Go to Anything – Search, Navigate, and Create in Space
Much like the developer tools we build at JetBrains, Space aims at increasing productivity for information workers. Various concepts and tools are offered as an integrated team environment. In this blog post, we'll zoom in on a powerful tool to search, navigate, and create things in Space: Go to Anything. With Go to Anything, we get context-aware search to find people, locations, teams, projects, repositories, code, and more. Once found, we can immediately navigate to one of the results. Where can we find Go to Anything? In the sidebar, we can click the search icon to start wor