The biggest challenge for every software developer is to get rid of the bugs. It’s not about coding, it’s about removing those weeds (the bugs) before they ruin the lawn (your software). This constant editing process is what makes a software great. For this, you need a bug tracker integrated with an efficient source control system to host your codes in one place and is accessible from anywhere.
Today we’re launching this extra piece of functionality: the
Here’s what you get:
With this new integration, you can link your GitHub repository in Zoho BugTracker using service hooks. Henceforth, codes checked-in in GitHub automatically gets displayed as
in BugTracker. Also, while commiting changes in GitHub for a specified bug ID will be linked to that particular bug in BugTracker.
Github is definitely one of the fast, efficient and distributed online web hosting sites you can find all over the internet. It takes less than a minute to push code up to GitHub and to start collaborating quickly with your team.
You may wonder, whether it is reliable to host codes in the cloud. Well, managing your code, building and testing it in the cloud has clear advantages. Here’re our reasons :
- Speed and faster time to market – get access to the infrastructure and tools quickly with minimal hassle
Easy to learn and set up – quickly learn to set up an online source repository within few hours
Reliable – keeps your code available, secure, and backed up. This way you’re less likely to lose your data.
Collaborative – distributed source control allows users to communicate directly without affecting the central server
We’re offering the Github integration for
Premium and Enterprise customers
for both monthly ($35 and $80 – Zoho Projects, $60 and $80 – Bug Tracker) and annual plans ($299 and $599) of Zoho BugTracker and Zoho Projects (Bugs Module). And of course for existing Value Pack 3 customers of Zoho Projects.
Here’s a short video explaining the Zoho BugTracker – GitHub integration.
Just login at
Zoho BugTracker, connect with your GitHub repository, make commits, fork the code and of course fix bugs fast!