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DevSpace vs GitMonitor: What are the differences?

Developers describe DevSpace as "Tweetdeck for GitHub". DevSpace is a desktop app that helps you stay up to date with what’s happening on GitHub in real time. On the other hand, GitMonitor is detailed as "Enforce custom rules on your Github repositories". Setup custom rules around pull requests, commits and commiters for all your Github repositories. For example, you create a rule that says "no direct commits are allowed to the master, develop or production branches".

DevSpace and GitMonitor can be categorized as "Tools for GitHub" tools.

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What is DevSpace?

DevSpace is a desktop app that helps you stay up to date with what’s happening on GitHub in real time.

What is GitMonitor?

Setup custom rules around pull requests, commits and commiters for all your Github repositories. For example, you create a rule that says "no direct commits are allowed to the master, develop or production branches".

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