For the past couple of months, 8BIT has been migrating source control over to Codebase and Deploy. I’m a big fan of both of these applications.

Codebase is project management, source control, and ticketing wrapped all-in-one application. It’s a hosted solution that supports Git, Mercurial, and Subversion.

All of our projects are housed here and I’m a big fan of the implementation of the ticketing system. It makes it really nice for QA to assign each team member their respective tickets.

Deploy is an project deployment application that integrates with Codebase. Specifically, it will hook up to your project’s source control repository and then deploy the most recent build to however many servers you configure.

Once setup, they’ve got a one click deploy option. Deploy also will push only the latest changesets so once you’ve deployed the initial version, you can have the most recent version of your code deployed quickly.

Dig these two tools.