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What is Vibinex?

Vibinex helps you understand the changes in your codebase.

Vibinex helps you:

  • Get your pull request merged quickly
  • Understand the changes in a pull request faster and better
  • Reduce the average time to first review by 50%


  1. Relevant Reviewers Comment: Vibinex automatically identifies the relevant reviewers for your pull request and publishes the list of reviewers in the pull request as a comment, establishing it as common knowledge.
  1. Automatic Review Assignment: Vibinex automatically assigns the relevant team members as reviewers to your pull request.
  1. Highlighted Changes: Vibinex highlights the file names and the changes in your pull request that you have previously worked on and understand deeply.
  1. Highlighted Pull Requests: Vibinex highlights the pull requests that have changes relevant to you from the list of pull requests on the repository.

You can choose to turn on/off each feature individually.

There are Feature Flags on the Vibinex settings page to turn the PR comment or the automatic review assignment on or off.

The highlighting features are delivered through the Chrome extension, which you can disable if you don't want to see the highlights.

Vibinex Demo for GitHub


The diagram below describes the architecture of Vibinex. It consists of 3 components:

  1. Vibinex DPU: Marked as the "Backend #1" in the below diagram, the DPU (Data Processing Unit) is docker container the processes your code. It has no public endpoints for maximum privacy & security.
  1. Vibinex server: Marked as the "Backend #2" in the below diagram, the server is the main backend of Vibinex. It triggers the DPU when a PR is created or changed and acts as the backend for the browser extension.
  1. Vibinex Browser extension: It modifies the GitHub/Bitbucket UI to show the highlighted PRs and file changes to help you better navigate and understand the changes in your pull request.

Vibinex Architecture

What is a DPU?

A DPU stands for Data Processing Unit. It is a docker container that processes all the sensitive data, i.e. your codebase. Self-hosting the DPU on your own VMs provides the highest privacy.

Setup steps

There are just 2 steps to setting up Vibinex:

  1. Setup the DPU
  1. Install the browser extension

You can set up the DPU on your repositories either as an owner of the repository or a member. When you set it up as an owner, webhooks are added on your repository that automatically trigger DPU when a pull request is created or updated. When you set it up as a member, you need to manually trigger the DPU when a pull request when you want to process it.

Follow this guide for a quick set up.