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Review Assistant 1.2 from Devart with coding process improvements

Discussion in 'Third Party Tools' started by Devart, Jan 14, 2013.

  1. Devart New Member

    New version of Devart's code review tool, Review Assistant 1.2, comprises new features, overall performance improvements, and various minor bug fixes, detected and kindly reported by the users.
    Review Assistant advancements:
    Windows authentication support
    Devart's code review tool includes supports for Windows Active Directory. Bulk users can be added from the Active Directory. Now Windows authentication credentials can be used to access a Review Account.
    Improved Code Compare integration
    Review Assistant has an option to comfortably integrate with Code Compare, that substantially facilitates and improves a code review process.The latest version expands commenting options for users, now comments can be added to the comparison even if it opened through an external Version Control System: Git, SVN, Mercurial or Visual Studio Team Foundation Server interface.
    Support for Visual Studio 2012 diff tool
    Code commenting features of Review Assistant are available even when using Visual Studio diff windows to review the differences between two files or versions of the same file.
    Reply editing is supported
    A completely new Review Assistant feature allows users to edit comments anytime after they were posted. This way, if a mistake was made while responding to the author's comments, it can be easily fixed.
    Refresh speed is increased
    Devart has optimized the data communication between the client and the server. Now the client receives updated data only. This approach reduces network traffic, and thus increases the refresh speed.
    Free Edition

    Review Assistant has a completely free edition which comprises all the features of the full version and perfectly suits for small team. Free edition supports up to 3 users and 1 project.
  2. satya Moderator

    Is this anyway related to SQL Server? As i see AD, SVN & TFS but nothing in specific to handle TSQL.

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