New integrations - Beanstalk and Gitlab

By Rene on Nov 10

We are happy to announce more integration with Breeze. Since we released Github and Bitbucket integration a while back we have got a lot of requests for more source control integrations.

Beanstalk

Beanstalk is hassle-free, hosted version control and deployments. A complete workflow to write, review and deploy code. You can find the setup guide on our help page http://www.breeze.pm/help/projects/beanstalk-integration

Gitlab

GitLab offers git repository management, code reviews, issue tracking, activity feeds, wikis. It has LDAP/AD integration, handles 25,000 users on a single server but can also run on a highly available active/active cluster. A subscription gives you access to support team and to GitLab Enterprise Edition that contains extra features aimed at larger organizations.

Configuring the integrations

Enabling the integration is very easy. Head over to your project and open the projects settings window. Click on the "Integrations" tab and scroll to the Beanstalk or Gitlab section and copy the URL behind "Webhook POST URL". You have to configure a POST hook in Beanstalk or Gitlab to allow Breeze receive commit messages.

Breeze lets you to manipulate the status of tasks within your projects directly from your repository commit messages. This works exactly like in the GitHub and Bitbucket integration. Breeze parses the commit messages and closes, moves or tracks time on tasks. Every commit will also add a comment to the task with the commit message.

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