We use Bootstrap both as a prototyping tool and a front-end framework. The customization of the framework allows for a beautiful yet usable user interface.
We switched from Apache to nginx for a speed boost, since we only need a light web server.
MySQL is our database of choice for storage of relational user data.
Redis is used as a complement to MySQL for storing data counts.
DigitalOcean provides reliable servers for CodeBee.
We use Less to organize our CSS code with imports, variables, mixins, and more.
Our PHP framework of choice that greatly speeds up development and provides useful tools.
We use CloudFlare to manage our DNS. The added performance and security is a plus.
We love Git for code collaboration, and host our private repositories on Bitbucket.
We use Bower to keep our front-end dependencies updated.
We use Browserify to keep our JS organized by requiring modules.
Trello keeps us focused on what needs to be done, and see what other team members are working on.
Users can format their contributions with Markdown. Great way to post tutorials with code.
Our team uses Google Apps for email and document collaboration.
Our servers run HHVM as a fast replacement for PHP.
Our local development environment is powered by Vagrant, on which we run a Laravel Homestead box.
We use New Relic to make sure that our servers are running efficiently.
An easy way to check our server logs.
We use S3 for uploads and quick content delivery.