What is bitHound?
With faster deployment cycles, a hundred competing priorities and tight deadlines to juggle– your team has a lot on their plate. Uncover and focus on the critical issues impacting your team, avoid software pitfalls and ship with confidence.
bitHound is a tool in the Code Review category of a tech stack.
Who uses bitHound?
12 developers on StackShare have stated that they use bitHound.
Why developers like bitHound?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use bitHound
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Web-based dashboard for results of linting, code quality metrics and dependency analysis. bitHound
- Do you know when your third party dependencies are at risk? bitHound gives you insight into the insecure, deprecated, outdated and unused packages impacting your software.
- We analyze your code to help your team determine where focus is needed. Understand the mechanical issues impacting your codebase, reduce complexity and clutter, and gain insights that go beyond the command line with bitHound.
- Whether it's formal issue management or the team's pending tech debt, it's important to get on top of these issues. bitHound offers an improved understanding of how the team is performing together and whether or not items are being left behind.
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