Web based git repository hosting service Git was developed by Linus Torvalds in 2005 for Linux development kernel Provides all the distributed version control and source code management facility of Git Features include bug tracking, wiki, analytics etc Has plans for both public and private repositories Free offering includes only public repositories GitHub enterprise is the paid version which can be hosted on premises
Like GitHub, BitBucket is also a web based hosting service Offers commercial plans as well as free accounts Free accounts can have unlimited private repositories
Is a cross platform source code editor developed by Microsoft Includes support for debugging, git control, syntax highlighting, intellisense Incredibly lightweight and highly customizable Almost every major programming languages are supported More extensions can be found in the VS marketplace
Provides an environment for playing with JS, CSS, HTML right inside your browser Support is there for adding third party JS libraries Provides options for sharing as well as embedding
Cloud Implementations had drastically changed the way we use web these days, Now we store all our files, pics and mails in the cloud. Advantages – Readily available and zero maintenance and minimal setup needed for getting started Today we read and write files using online editors or apps leveraging the advantages of cloud Until now developers were left Coding in the cloud Is going to revolutionize the software development process in the years to come.
Shows real time file system, registry and process/thread activities https://live.sysinternals.com/
Is from JetBrains, makers of the popular refactoring tool - ReSharper