GitDuck is a video chat tool built for developers that has direct integration to the IDE so you can talk, share your code in real-time and easily collaborate with your team. It enables remote developers to work as if they were side by side.
With GitDuck you can code with people using different IDEs, like VSCode or WebStorm, IntelliJ or PyCharm. Review our website for the complete list of supported IDEs.
The code is only shared P2P encrypted with the video call participants. No data touches our servers.
Watch how to start sharing your code on GitDuck
GitDuck is great for:
- Remote teams
- Mentoring and leaning to code
- Pair Programming
- Code reviews
🔎 Locate other developers
- Click on someone's name to locate that person.
🔧 Share your terminal
- Share your servers output and your current terminal session with the GitDuck shell.
👀 Follow and Unfollow
- Check the people's panel and select to follow someone. Now you are going to be seeing everything that this person does.
🔎 Share project or specific folder
- Select to share open files only, a specific folder or the whole project.
🗂 Review all files that are being shared
- Once shared, you can easily view all files that are open by everyone.
🔒 P2P code sharing
- The code is shared P2P encrypted between the video call participants and only team members can join the call.
- Create a GitDuck account on https://gitduck.com and create a team.
- On VS Code search for GitDuck in the markeplace and install the GitDuck extension for VS Code.
- Now in the bottom right of your VS Code you will have an option that says: "Login on GitDuck". Click there to link your VS Code to your GitDuck account.
- Great! Now you can join a video call on GitDuck and share your code to any person that joins the call and also installed the extension (they could be using another IDE).
If you still have any questions, watch this tutorial on how to install GitDuck and use it for the first time.
How to start pair programming?
- Did you install the extenion? Check the installation above.
- Just go to your team page on GitDuck and will be able to start a video call there.
- Once you are in a video call, check the bottom right of your VSCode for the option to share your code.
GitDuck works for:
- MacOS (Intel and Apple chip) 10.12 or greater.
- Windows 7, 8 and 10.
Do you need help?
If you face any issues, don't hesitate to contact us at help @ gitduck.com