codeBeamer - NetBeans Collaboration & ALM Module - plugin detail

Module to get direct access out of NetBeans to codeBeamer which is an Integrated Collaboration and Application life Cycle Managment platform for distributed Software Development

NetBeans Plugin - codeBeamer - NetBeans Collaboration & ALM Module
Plugin owner: nbadmin
Added: 2007-03-09
License: freeware
Category: Team Collaboration
Downloaded: 1,629 times
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codeBeamer uniquely solves the escalating complexity problem faced by virtual software development teams. It does so by enabling team members to communicate, share and reuse technical, managerial and project related information. codeBeamer is highly configurable to support organizations of any size, and it easily integrates with existing software development infrastructure. codeBeamer provides complete application life cycle management capabilities including enterprise Wiki, trackers for bugs, task, changes and requirements, Forums and Chat as well as project management. Intland offers two kind of Versions of codeBeamer: a 15 user free Edition (limited on 15 user and 2 projects ) and an commercial Enterprise Edition. The NetBeans module is openSource and free available for both editions.

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cool stuff

this is cool stuff for a team which needs to have ALM support. You can really drill down from requirements via task to source code and vice versa. It seams not to be completely finished yet, but why don't you package it together with NetBeans downloadable from as a NetBeans ALM package?
Posted by AndersArnd on May 04, 2007

A cool module for team dev.

Its a cool module for team dev.
If you have a license of code beamer then it is a must have module.
altough intland provide a free license too.
Posted by kalali on Mar 21, 2007