No-code Changelog

Debug production incident and keep a team connected with new changes and insights.

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When multiple people are working on a repo in Github, the chance that they are aware of all changes becomes slimmer. With time, changelog files get bigger and they might get less human-readable and less-searchable. The well-maintained changelog also has valuable data that can be used to debug issues effectively, gain insights, and to keep track of the team's productivity and metrics. When there is a production bug, our goal is to fix it as fast as we can. This service can help in debugging such incidents effectively by helping in drilling down to the root cause. It is an easy-to-setup GitHub app to automate changelog generation flow from merged pull requests, keep the team connected with new changes via Slack, and help you gain insights from it. 

Till now, it has created 2755+ change logs and has merged 1292+ pull requests.

Github ecosystem is continuously evolving and with that, it has created an opportunity for GitHub apps to grow and generate revenue. For example, A success story -> (GitHub acquires Pull Panda and makes its code review tools available for free) Github apps are required to have a minimum of 100 installs to get verified and have paid plans. We are eligible currently for the same.

Tools & Technologies

AWS, Node.js, PostgreSQL, React, Ruby on Rails

Skills Required



Analytics, DevOps

Reason for Selling

I have other projects or businesses I would like to focus on


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