A new way to find and fix bugs together
“ CoScreen makes coding, pairing and video chatting as easy as a single click while keeping all our existing dev tools. ”
“ CoScreen makes developing and debugging mobile apps much easier as a team than any other tool we’ve tried. ”Read the story
“ I’ve been using it daily for about 2 weeks now and have found it’s very easy to use and a very useful tool. In my current work, I am full time pairing with a teammate, and CoScreen is the best pairing tool we’ve used so far. ”
“ CoScreen is probably the easiest way to do pair programming and dev collaboration that there is. ”Read the story
The Benefits of using CoScreen
Up to 10 developers can edit any IDE and shared desktop application using mouse and keyboard, 2-3x faster than Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
Share any IDE or dev tool with your peers with a single click. Your teammates can do it too at the same time and side-by-side.
Solve the most complex issues together on a joint desktop where everyone is instantly on the same page.
Crystal clear audio and video communication that never wears you out or makes you fatigued.
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What's different about collaborative debugging with CoScreen
Don't settle for anything that doesn't make your team get on the same page with less friction, low latency and high interactivity.
Collaborative IDEs are helpful tools for pair programmers. But you often need to collaborate on much more than code, e.g. on emulators, command line tools and issue management systems. CoScreen enables you to collaborate across all of them and also any other desktop applications.
This illustration was inspired by Clemens Mewald's presentation at the TensorFlow Dev Summit 2018.
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