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Code reviews can be done via Pull Requests, or simply commit-by-commit. There are voting rules, random reviewers pools, and smart comment invalidation logic. Pull requests are also versioned so it's easy to review partial changes after the author has updated his code. When you create a Pull-request you can add set of reviewers. They all have to vote and approve the PR. There's some flexibility on how the voting is accepted, it can be majority wins, or all-agree. Good practice is to add BOT accounts like jenkins, that also will vote on the review, based on for example tests run, and can forbid a merge because of a negative vote. In addition users can leave special type of comments that will also prevent merges, aka TODO notes. Once TODOs are resolved a Pull Request can be merged. See More
If you use the free version you are very often forced to wait 10 seconds to view something you've chosen to look at. If you change apps or lose focus of Dash, it'll start that 10 second timer over again. A real crappy thing to do to your users in order to get them to buy it. Forcing you to waste your time. See More
Snippet apps come in various forms, such as basic snippet (text) containers and added features with text / keyboard utilities to name a couple. This app not only includes this feature, but takes it a bit further than most by adding unique ways to further customize this practice to your own preference. See More