Phacility vs. Crucible vs. bitHound

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What is Phacility?

A hosted version of Phabricator, that you pay for.

What is Crucible?

Review code, discuss changes, share knowledge, and identify defects with Crucible's flexible review workflow. It's code review made easy for Subversion, CVS, Perforce, and more.

What is bitHound?

With faster deployment cycles, a hundred competing priorities and tight deadlines to juggle– your team has a lot on their plate. Uncover and focus on the critical issues impacting your team, avoid software pitfalls and ship with confidence.

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Why do developers choose Phacility?
Why do you like Phacility?

Why do developers choose Crucible?
Why do you like Crucible?

Why do developers choose bitHound?
Why do you like bitHound?

What are the cons of using Phacility?
No Cons submitted yet for Phacility
Downsides of Phacility?

What are the cons of using Crucible?
No Cons submitted yet for Crucible
Downsides of Crucible?

What are the cons of using bitHound?
No Cons submitted yet for bitHound
Downsides of bitHound?

How much does Phacility cost?
Phacility Pricing
How much does Crucible cost?
How much does bitHound cost?
bitHound Pricing
What companies use Phacility?
0 companies on StackShare use Phacility
What companies use Crucible?
12 companies on StackShare use Crucible
What companies use bitHound?
3 companies on StackShare use bitHound
No integrations listed yet
No integrations listed yet
What tools integrate with bitHound?
4 tools on StackShare integrate with bitHound

What are some alternatives to Phacility, Crucible, and bitHound?

  • ESLint - The fully pluggable JavaScript code quality tool
  • Code Climate - Automated Ruby Code Review
  • SonarQube - Continuous Code Quality
  • Codacy - Automated Code Review

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