ProjectLocker announces the addition of free Subversion hosting, Git hosting, and Trac hosting.
[February 25, 2009]
ProjectLocker announces the addition of Git hosting for decentralized teams.
[February 11, 2009]
ProjectLocker announces an integration with Morph AppSpace to enable developers to easily deploy applications directly to the cloud.
[September 12, 2008]
ProjectLocker announces partnership with Rally SoftwareTM to accelerate time to market for Agile development teams and combine industry-leading managed source control with best-of-breed Agile process management tools.
[June 17, 2008]
ProjectLocker announces the release of ProjectLocker Lite, a suite of Web-based, zero-install tools for small software startups and Agile development teams at a cost suitable for tight startup budgets. Subversion hosting with SSL encryption and hosted Trac are now available for teams of all sizes starting as low as $2.50/month.
[February 18, 2008]
ProjectLocker introduces BuildLocker, a hosted continuous integration solution. BuildLocker is a dedicated virtual build machine that automates scheduled builds across a variety of platforms & tools. BuildLocker is the easiest continuous integration solution available.
[October 22, 2007]
ProjectLocker introduces Analytics, a business intelligence service for Subversion. Analytics gives teams a true 360° view of development activity with graphs and reports covering all aspects of the team's interaction with its Subversion repositories. ProjectLocker Analytics is included at no charge with every Subversion account.
[June 20, 2007]
Using ProjectLocker, customers can create tickets in Trac using e-mail or their web browser, as well as configure their Trac instances through an inuitive Web interface. Inbound e-mail is one in a series of value-added features ProjectLocker has added to their managed, enhanced Trac offering.
[May 17, 2007]
ProjectLocker has announced that it has joined 3Back in a partnership to simplify Agile development. 3Back and ProjectLocker offer a unique blend of Scrum training with hosted open source development tools. The combination of certified Agile training and online development tools lets teams focus on shipping software.
[March 31, 2007]