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Using Codacy for automated code reviews

lemuelogbunude profile image Lemuel Ogbunude ・2 min read

Whether you are a solo developer who wants to improve your code quality or a team of developers who want to have automated code reviews and standards, Codacy could just be the right choice.

With Codacy you could automatically identify issues through static code analysis. Get notified on security issues, code coverage, code duplication and code complexity in every commit and pull request.

Integrating Codacy into your workflow is quite simple:

1) Add your git repository

2) Codacy automatically detects issues with every push

3) Get notified of the issues and suggestions which you could take action on

Here are some extra goodies you get with Codacy:

You could define your quality threshold and make sure all teams and projects are publishing healthy and consistent code, Identify exactly which lines of code are being covered by your test suite and which aren’t.

Pricing

Once I like a product, the next thing I rush to is pricing πŸ˜‚

Codacy has a developer and startup-friendly pricing scheme.

Opensource plan

Codacy is forever free for all opensource projects.

Pro plan $15-$18/month

This plan allows you have Private and public repositories, gives you higher priority and faster analysis and you get priority support.

Enterprise plan $$

For this you get a custom plan tailored for your business with first-class security on your servers, you would have to contact Codacy for pricing details

Startup 0$ (yep, you read that right)

For teams up to 4 users, you get everything in the Pro plan for free! This plan was not available before but was just recently added, you could take advantage of this opportunity if you're interested.

Supported languages

Here are the officially supported languages:
Scala
Java
JavaScript
Python
Ruby
PHP
Apex
JSP
XML
Velocity
VisualForce
C#
JSON
Kotlin
Markdown

Here are the community supported languages (languages added to Codacy by one of their users):
CoffeeScript
CSS
C/C++
Dockerfile
SASS
Shell Script
Swift
TypeScript
LESS
Go
SQL
Elixir
Powershell

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Lemuel Ogbunude

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Software Engineer. Founder of Lemubit Academy. I love Jesus Christ and I love people.

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