20 Source Code Hosting Sites You Should Know

 

Code sharing and hosting has become easier than ever before, now you can easily share your code with your friends and community. We will take a look at some of the popular sites.

Google Code Hosting

code.google.com

Google code is the most popular hosting site which hosts the likes of jQuery and other popular libraries.

Github

Github

Next in the line is Github, it provides fast and easy hosting which version support and as well as code monitoring.

Sourceforge

Sourceforge

Not much of a code hosting site but you can create project and is the leading open source hosting site which well supports all type of languages.

Launchpad

Launchpad

Launchpad is an online collaboration platform that provides services like bug tracking, version control , code reviews and much more.

Codeplex

Codeplex

A popular hosting site hosted by microsoft so not much features you can expect.

Bitbucket

Bitbucket

Develop code as a team. Keep all your development in one place, be it issue tracking, documentation or sharing code.

Assembla

Assembla

Not a free code hosting and sharing site, though excellent features such at agile development tools makes it well worth it’s price.

JavaForge

JavaForge

An excellent site for the java lovers( like me :) just joking supports all language and runs on Amazon cloud. It has all the features needed that makes a good hosting site.

Pastie

Pastie

Awesome site, quickly paste your code and share it.

Kenai

Kenai

Owned by Oracle Sun, excellent hosting features and integrated with netbeans.

Codefetch

Codefetch

Not much of a code hosting site but you can search code snippets and examples from books, very handy.

Tigris

Tigris

Tigris.org is a mid-sized open source community focused on building better tools for collaborative software development. Prominent projects include SVN (Subversion).

Fedorahosted

Fedorahosted

Hosted by Fedora group, has a fairly large community.

Osor

Github

The Open Source Observatory and Repository for European public administrations (OSOR) is a platform for exchanging information, experiences and FLOSS-based code for use in public administrations.

Joomlacode

Joomlacode

Specifically created for joomla lovers, you can host code related to joomla here.

Bountysource

Bountysource

Bounty Source was created with the goal of increasing and improving development in Open Source Software communities, providing features such as task tracker, SVN code repository and a CMS.

Berlios

Berlios

Berlios is an open source software supporter and is quite famous.

Tuxfamily

Tuxfamily

Simple hosting service, perfect for simple projects.

Drupal

Drupal

As the name suggests code hosting for drupal developers and has a very active community.

Alioth

Alioth

Aimed at the Debian development project, nice community for debian lovers.

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Written by Abhin Sharma

Abhin Sharma - I am web developer from Udaipur (city of lakes) ,India who loves to work with Java, Mashups and sometimes PHP. I specialize in Swings and JEE. While not programming I love to hang out my friends.

 

2 Responses to “20 Source Code Hosting Sites You Should Know”

  1. Arun S.A.G Says:

    March 31st, 2010 at 1:26 am

    You missed gitorious http://www.gitorious.org

  2. Chris Says:

    June 14th, 2012 at 3:48 pm

    You also missed http://www.codepigeon.com

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