Komanda 1.0.0 Beta
- LICENSE TYPE:
- MIT License
- FILE SIZE:
- 31.2 MB
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- Dustin Willis Webbera
- USER RATING:
- Home \ Internet Utilities
Komanda comes with a minimalistic user interface that offers quick and easy access to most available tools and features. Komanda’s interface can be easily modified using one of the featured themes.
A well-designed and customizable IRC client for developers
In other words, you can create your own custom themes using your company’s colors or replicate the look and feel of other well-known clients.
Komanda offers you total control over the UI and allows you to customize everything from channel messages, Komanda configuration screens and UI controls.
Easily expand Komanda’s features list with the help of plugins
It goes without saying that Komanda use IRC to deliver its communications protocol and, as a result, you can enjoy the support for everything you might need, from channels, users and permissions to private, public and other functions.
Komanda is mainly designed for developers and power users, consequently, if Komanda lacks a certain features you can add them via plugins. Thus, you have the option to write your own plugins, themes and workflow.
Take advantage of the seamless integration with Github
Moreover, you can use your own API to built the client itself, as well as various plugins to view embedded objects like twitter posts, images, gist urls and more. Komanda comes with Github integration out of the box and you can view pull requests, comments, issues and more directly from within your channel without closing the app.
Thanks to Komanda you can securely exchange information, source code, clients, intellectual property, trade secretes and more without concerns about their safety.
To conclude, Komanda is an intuitive, highly-customizable and powerful IRC client that enables developers to effortlessly and securely communicate with their team.
Komanda was reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on August 25th, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.6 or later (Intel only)