Upsource 2.0 Hits Final Release
This is the day when we are closing the Early Access Program and launching the Final Release of the latest Upsource: please download and try Upsource 2.0 RTM.
This is a free upgrade for all existing commercial customers, and even if you’re not using Upsource so far, remember that a 10-user plan is free of charge.
As a recap, Upsource 2.0:
- Introduces an IDE plug-in for code review that works in IntelliJ IDEA, WebStorm, Android Studio and other IntelliJ-based IDEs
- Supports SVN branches, as well as Git and Mercurial tags
- Extends Java code analysis and navigation to Gradle-based projects
- Compares Java code usages across revisions
- Streamlines the code review process with suggested reviewers and revision picker, among other ways
You can learn more about new features and improvements in Upsource 2.0. Alternatively, here’s a video that sums up most changes in less than 2 minutes:
Please note that extended issue tracker integration announced during EAP has been postponed and is most likely to be released in a minor update next month.
As of February 1, 2022, we will no longer sell new licenses or renewals for Upsource or Upsource user packs. We will continue to provide technical support and critical security updates until January 31, 2023. After this, no further updates or technical support will be provided. Why we are dis…
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