Assembla vs Google Code
Last updated: March 17, 2015
Assembla workspaces allow to accelerate software teams. Ticketing and issue management, Subversion, Git, Mercurial, Wiki, and other collaboration tools to accelerate development. Unite your team with a single activity stream view.
Google Developers is now the place to find all Google developer documentation, resources, events, and products. Project Hosting on Google Code provides a free collaborative development environment for open source projects.
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2015. Google discontinues Google Code
Another Google service is being shuttered because Google says it has been superseded by alternatives. This time it’s Google Code for the chop — with Google justifying full closure on the grounds that a “growing share” of projects on the service are “spam or abuse” and the associated “administrative load” is “almost exclusively” related to abuse management. In a post on its Open Source Blog, Google notes that times have changed since it set up Google Code way back in 2006, with the aim of providing a reliable and stable project hosting site. Ergo it claims developers have since moved to “better” services, such as GitHub — including Google itself moving many of its own open source projects to where more of the developer action is.