Supercharge your collaboration with Power Pack

  • Document review

    Source code is only one part of the software development process. PRDs, design proposals, end-user technical documentation, and patent disclosures are just a few of the numerous documents that get written, discussed, and edited along the way.

    The document review extension brings the same powerful, lightweight review process to PDF files that developers have enjoyed for their source code. Documents are displayed right in the browser without a need for any plug-ins or extra software to be installed.

  • Reports

    The best teams and organizations are always looking for ways to be even more efficient, no matter how big or small they are. By getting insight into how your developers are taking advantage of code review, you can develop more cost-effective processes and policies, saving your team time and money.

    Reports gives you several powerful ways of looking at how your developers are taking advantage of Review Board. Our at-a-glance graphs will show you who is pulling their weight, how thoroughly code is being reviewed, and more.

    Plus, who doesn't like pretty pictures?

  • GitHub Enterprise and Team Foundation Server

    For companies that use GitHub Enterprise or Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2013+ (TFVC) to manage their source code behind the firewall, you need Power Pack.

    Configuration is simple: just tell Review Board the URL of your GitHub Enterprise or TFS server, and then link an account with a username and password.

    Hosting your Team Foundation Server repositories on Visual Studio Team Services? Select "VisualStudio.com" as your repository hosting service, fill in your account details, and start reviewing!

  • Scale up your installation

    Most Review Board installations work fine running on a single server, but some very large installations with many thousands of users may require additional hardware for speed or fault tolerance.

    Power Pack includes facilities for storing auxiliary data like SSH keys in the database rather than on the front-end server's filesystem, which allows you to add capacity by spinning up additional servers as needed.