Unity’s Asset Server is a key piece of technology in our workflow. It provides per-asset source control inside of Unity, which is absolutely required for larger projects with multiple team members. Unity 2.5 introduced in-Unity browsing of the asset server–update history, asset history, etc–but we still use our own web-based browser today. It’s a convenient way to quick check an asset or update without launching Unity and opening your project. Searching is also much easier, as our browser has a page with all updates and commit descriptions.
Here’s our browser in action (or watch in HD):