ReviewNinja is no longer being actively developed. With GitHub's recent addition of pull request reviews many of the benefits of code review offered by ReviewNinja are now available in GitHub itself.
We have no plans to shut down ReviewNinja, we will provide advanced notice of any possible future changes to ReviewNinja's availability. We encourage you to check out our migration strategy for advice and tips on moving from ReviewNinja code review to GitHub pull request reviews.
ReviewNinja - merge with confidence
ReviewNinja is a lightweight code review tool that works with GitHub, providing a more structured way to use pull requests for code review. ReviewNinja dispenses with elaborate voting systems, and supports hassle-free committing and merging for acceptable changes. Our primary focus is making it easier to identify, review, collaborate and track problems with a specific pull request until they're satisfactorily addressed.
ReviewNinja tries to store the least amount of information from your GitHub account to make sure the data is up to date and the data is stored at GitHub only.
ReviewNinja was built to integrate into GitHub.com as well as GitHub Enterprise. The application stack includes Node.js, Express, MongoDB and AngularJS.
Why should I use ReviewNinja?
ReviewNinja defines a clearer process for code review in GitHub. ReviewNinja also provides a status overview, so team members in addition to development can understand the state of the project (e.g., product management).
ReviewNinja is provided by SAP as a free hosted offering under: http://review.ninja/. Please leave us a GitHub issue if you have feedback.
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