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7 Competitors to GitDuck

Best GitDuck competitors

An open-source collaboration tool for remote teams to do live coding

Top GitDuck competitors include JSFiddle, CodeKickBot and CodeTogether. Also find more competitors to GitDuck from the below list.

When to use GitDuck

- Pair programming.
- Code reviews.
- Debugging.
- Technical discussions.


GitDuck Competitor 1 - JSFiddle
JSFiddle is an online community for testing and showcasing user-created and collaborational HTML, CSS and JavaScript code snippets, known as 'fiddles'.

When to use JSFiddle

Best used when you need to write. compile, test and share JS code snippets.

GitDuck Competitor 2 - CodeKickBot
CodeKickBot provides pull request reminders and notifications that help streamline your pull request workflow and reduce code review turnaround times.

When to use CodeKickBot

CodeKickBot integrates GitHub pull request notifications and reminders into Slack so that you receive actionable insights right into your workspace.

Developers can use this tool to increase their productivity and reduce the code review turnaround time.

GitDuck Competitor 3 - CodeTogether
Designed by a team of remote developers to code together as part of their development flow or in the occasional troubleshooting session. CodeTogether is a tool for pair programming.

When to use CodeTogether

Perfect for mob or pair programming as a regular practice or just for checking with someone else for a quick consultation or a code review.

GitDuck Competitor 4 - Dropbase
Dropbase lets you upload datasets into production databases and quickly get credentials that can be used to query the database using a SQL editor

When to use Dropbase

Dropbase is super helpful if you need a quick way to add a test dataset on a live database without having to manually set it up - for example, if you are running a demo with a potential customer and want to easily add a more relevant dataset or if you are building a simple web app or prototype that requires some seed data

GitDuck Competitor 5 - CodeStream
Request a review on any code, regardless of the state of your repo, even on WIP. Ditch the friction of save, branch, commit, push, create PR, email, pull, and so on. Review code with full source-tree

When to use CodeStream

For teams who want to increase communication about code while code is being written (not only afterwards)

GitDuck Competitor 6 - Mockadillo
Easily mock an entire API in minutes, see request history, communicate requirements, simulate errors, decouple teams and speed up development

When to use Mockadillo

When you want to mock HTTP endpoints and decouple teams without spending too much time on scripting or local instances

GitDuck Competitor 7 - CoScreen
CoScreen turns your second screen into your team desktop. Any window you drag & drop to your extended screen appears on the extended screens of your team members & vice versa. Everyone can interact with all windows.c

When to use CoScreen

CoScreen works best for tight agile teams who frequently collaborate amongst the same group of users and who struggle with annoying and lengthy connection and screen sharing setup processes of other remote collaboration solutions.

If you need to get stuff done together in a highly agile fashion, CoScreen is made for you.

JSFiddle is an online community for testing and showcasing user-created and collaborational HTML, CSS and JavaScript code snippets, known as 'fiddles'.

When to use JSFiddle

Best used when you need to write. compile, test and share JS code snippets.

CodeKickBot provides pull request reminders and notifications that help streamline your pull request workflow and reduce code review turnaround times.

When to use CodeKickBot

CodeKickBot integrates GitHub pull request notifications and reminders into Slack so that you receive actionable insights right into your workspace.

Developers can use this tool to increase their productivity and reduce the code review turnaround time.

Designed by a team of remote developers to code together as part of their development flow or in the occasional troubleshooting session. CodeTogether is a tool for pair programming.

When to use CodeTogether

Perfect for mob or pair programming as a regular practice or just for checking with someone else for a quick consultation or a code review.

Dropbase lets you upload datasets into production databases and quickly get credentials that can be used to query the database using a SQL editor

When to use Dropbase

Dropbase is super helpful if you need a quick way to add a test dataset on a live database without having to manually set it up - for example, if you are running a demo with a potential customer and want to easily add a more relevant dataset or if you are building a simple web app or prototype that requires some seed data

Request a review on any code, regardless of the state of your repo, even on WIP. Ditch the friction of save, branch, commit, push, create PR, email, pull, and so on. Review code with full source-tree

When to use CodeStream

For teams who want to increase communication about code while code is being written (not only afterwards)

Easily mock an entire API in minutes, see request history, communicate requirements, simulate errors, decouple teams and speed up development

When to use Mockadillo

When you want to mock HTTP endpoints and decouple teams without spending too much time on scripting or local instances

CoScreen turns your second screen into your team desktop. Any window you drag & drop to your extended screen appears on the extended screens of your team members & vice versa. Everyone can interact with all windows.c

When to use CoScreen

CoScreen works best for tight agile teams who frequently collaborate amongst the same group of users and who struggle with annoying and lengthy connection and screen sharing setup processes of other remote collaboration solutions.

If you need to get stuff done together in a highly agile fashion, CoScreen is made for you.