You can watch the five minute demo to get an initial feel for what Code Collaborator can do. And if you want to try it out for yourself, it is easy enough to download, install, and configure the Code Collaborator server software.
But if you don't have time to install the server software, you can still try out Code Collaborator by using our public server: demo.smartbear.com. There are three blog entries in this series with detailed instructions; you can read all three entries or just pick the one that fits you best:
- Participate in an Existing Review. This is the quickest way to try Code Collaborator - instead of creating a new code review, join in on a review that has already been created. All you need is a web browser.
- Create a Review. With the investment of just a couple of additional minutes, you can create a code review of your own and upload one or more files to it. Again, all you need is a web browser.
- Integrate with Version Control. If you are willing to install the Code Collaborator client software, then you can take advantage of its ability to automate the creation of a code review - including integration with all the popular version control systems.
Additional resources are available; check out Getting Started with Code Collaborator and The First Review.
After you give it a try, we'd like to hear your feedback about Code Collaborator. You can leave a comment on this blog entry, email us at info at smartbear dot com, or participate in our feedback forum.