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Is CodeHub missing a feature that you would like to see? Here is your chance to make suggestions about what you would like to see on the site. Please take the time to fill out this form here.

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We’re sorry you have a bad experience with CodeHub. We are constantly trying to improve and would love to hear from you. Please take the time to fill out this form here.

We try our best to make CodeHub a fun and productive place for developers, but we know that’s not always the case. Sometimes people get kicked out of a repository or blocked by another user for what may seem like no reason at all.

If you’ve been banned from a repository or blocked by another user, we understand it can be frustrating. If you believe that your ban was unwarranted, please take the time to fill out this form here.

CodeHub is built by an entirely remote team spread across the globe. As a result, every day is “Bring Your Dog to Work Day.”

In the spirit of open source software development, CodeHub always has and always will be, free and open source. It is the goal of the project to allow a community to develop a kick-ass code review app that simplifies code review for all involved. CodeHub brings the GitHub experience to your iPad and iPhone so you can stay in touch with your teams, collaborate, code, manage issues, assign work, plan sprints and more from anywhere!

CodeHub is an iOS application written using Xamarin.iOS by Joe Burgess. CodeHub was originally released in October 2012 for free on the Apple App Store [1]. The main purpose was to bring a native iOS experience to the GitHub network because at that time there were no apps available to do so. While there are now many options available to choose from for consuming GitHub content on iOS devices, CodeHub has always distinguished itself from other apps by being free and open source software.

It is the goal of CodeHub to become an application that is easy enough for anyone to contribute towards regardless of experience level as well as a fantastic resource for developers to learn about iOS development. This goal requires effort from many different people with different skills and backgrounds: not just developers. To help with this effort we have put together a

Thank you for your interest in CodeHub. If you have any questions regarding the app or would like to submit a feature request, please fill out the form below.

We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

We are always looking to improve CodeHub and we would love your feedback. This form should take no more than a few minutes of your time. Please provide as much detail as possible in your responses so that we can understand your needs.

Thank you!

The CodeHub Team


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