CodeStream is a developer collaboration platform that integrates all of your essential dev tools into Atom. Eliminate context-switching and simplify code discussion and code review by putting collaboration tools in your IDE.
- Code Hosts: Bitbucket, Bitbucket Server, GitHub, GitHub Enterprise, GitLab, GitLab Self-Managed
- Issue Trackers: Asana, Azure DevOps, Bitbucket, Clubhouse, GitHub, GitHub Enterprise, GitLab, GitLab Self-Managed, Jira, Linear, Trello, YouTrack
- Messaging Services: Slack, Microsoft Teams
- CodeStream requires version 1.34 or later of Atom, and is also available for JetBrains, VS Code or Visual Studio.
- Your repository must be managed by Git, or a Git hosting service like GitHub.
You have two options for installing CodeStream.
- Search for "CodeStream" in Atom's built-in package manager and install from there.
- Or, run the command
apm install codestreamin your terminal.
Create and Review Pull Requests in Atom
Create, review and merge pull requests inside Atom, with full source-tree and full file access, your favorite keybindings, built-in diff tool, and code intelligence.
Simplified Code Discussion
Rather than copying & pasting, CodeStream enables in-editor commenting on any code in your repository, with optional sharing to Slack, Teams or via email, with automatic at-mentioning of code authors via git blame.
Your teammates can participate in the discussion right from their IDE, or from Slack, Teams, or replying to the email.
Build the Knowledge Base Behind Your Codebase
CodeStream turns conversation into documentation by capturing all of the discussion about your code, and saving it with your code. Comment and code review threads are automatically repositioned as your code changes, even across branches. All with zero effort on your part.
Previously discussed questions and issues that explain important decisions are now accessible right where you need them, when you need them. Just click on the codemark to expand it and see how something works or why something was done a certain way.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are messages stored?
Your team’s codemarks, which include the message text and the code snippet, are stored in the cloud on CodeStream’s servers. CodeStream uses best practices when it comes to security, but if your team has stringent infosec requirements we also offer an on-prem solution.
Help & Feedback
Check out the user guide for more information on getting started with CodeStream. Please follow @teamcodestream for product updates and to share feedback and questions. You can also email us at email@example.com.