Published On: Wed, Dec 16th, 2020

JetBrains presses go on the Space plan government height for developers

With Slack being acquired by Salesforce for $28 billion, a universe of collaborative collection for teams is on glow right now. Notion is super prohibited and final year Frame.io lifted $50 million and Microsoft has Fluid. Now, after some months in private beta, JetBrains — that also creates growth environments (IDE) for several programming languages — has publicly launched Space, an all-in-one partnership height for artistic teams.

In beta given final year, JetBrains says it had some-more than 35,000 requests from companies to join a beta.

Space combines ubiquitous partnership tools: chats, group and plan management, assembly scheduling and papers with workflows for specific verticals. It covers a program growth cycle and a startup will be adding domain-specific collection for other roles and departments in a future.

Maxim Shafirov, JetBrains CEO, said: “JetBrains started as a association of developers though now 40% of a group paint opposite artistic roles: designers, marketing, copywriters and others. We’ve built Space so we could still work together as one group and we trust other companies will advantage from it as well.”

Space provides giveaway tier and subscription options, starting during $8 per active user per month for wider group collaboration. Space is accessible in a cloud though also will have an on-premise chronicle in a nearby future.

It includes chats, meetings, calendars, issues, mobile apps, launched documents, emanate boards, automation CI/CD, personal to-do lists and combined turn-based formula reviews.

In a future, Space will have syncing with Google Calendar and Outlook, as good as integrations with other renouned tools. In terms of extensibility, a group has introduced HTTP API, webhooks, Space Client SDK, tradition fields and automations, and will be adding private and Marketplace applications soon, along with other extensibility features.

Move over Slack — Space is a new plan government height for developers

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