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3 New Bitbucket Apps to Stay on Top of Your Projects – Third Quarter 2018

With so many apps for Atlassian products on the Atlassian Marketplace, it can be pretty tough to cover every solution out there if you want to power up your Bitbucket. That’s why we’ve taken the time to try out and recommend a couple of new apps for users who want to get the most out of their Bitbucket experience. Here is our top three apps appeared on the Atlassian Marketplace in the third quarter:

You can also check our picks of the most interesting Bitbucket apps released in the first and the second quarters of 2018.

Commit Graph for Bitbucket Server

Commit Graph for Bitbucket Server appeared on the Marketplace in 2016 as a part of the paid PR-Booster app. Now it is an independent free add-on that helps you get a clear overview of commit activity across branches in a nice way so you can identify them quickly. This graph integrated into the Commits page allows your team correctly render octopus merges and orphan branches.

You can easily filter and search user names, Jira tickets, and more. You will see the results in a condensed git graph.

This app does not cache, persist, or index any data, works on large Data Center instances and is compatible with all branching strategies.

Pricing: Commit Graph for Bitbucket Server is free to use.

SonarCloud

SonarCloud is a handy tool that helps you analyze your source code detecting the various issues that may influence the code quality. Moreover, this app supports all major programming languages, including Java, JavaScript, TypeScript, C#, C/C++, and more.

Powerful static code analyzers of the SonarCloud app help you track bugs and quality issues providing you with the overall picture of your code commit by commit. This apps allows you to detect and fix issues before they are merged into the master branch.

The Sonar Cloud team will offer you a paid plan in case you need to run a private check for the closed source code

Pricing: SonarCloud is free to use.

Project Size List for Bitbucket

Project Size List for Bitbucket is a tool that lets developers view all projects with their storage space (MB) used on the hard disk. Now you can sort your projects by size.

You can create project tables in Bitbucket to list your repositories and projects including information about their size, forks, branches and branch permissions. This app also helps you search specific projects and repositories.

If you want to get more information about your projects, for example, pull request and commits metrics, you can try out Awesome Graphs for Bitbucket. This app allows you to quickly evaluate the performance of your team and get the insights into your projects’ history and code quality.

Pricing: Project Size List for Bitbucket is free to use.

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