CodeNav vs Gordon: What are the differences?
CodeNav: A browser extension that improves code navigation on Github. CodeNav is a Chrome extension and Firefox addon that makes navigating code on Github easier and more intuitive. It borrows features from popular IDEs for more seamless movement around code. Hover over a variable to highlight other references and visualize them on your scrollbar. Click a variable or object to search for other instances in the same project; Gordon: Cli application to manage github pull requests. Pulls is a small cli application name to help you manage pull requests for your repository. It was created by Michael Crosby to improve the productivity of the Docker maintainers.
CodeNav and Gordon can be primarily classified as "Tools for GitHub" tools.
CodeNav and Gordon are both open source tools. It seems that Gordon with 169 GitHub stars and 29 forks on GitHub has more adoption than CodeNav with 125 GitHub stars and 19 GitHub forks.