What is Code Inspector?
It is a code analysis platform that automates code reviews on Github, Gitlab and Bitbucket by detecting duplicates, violations, and security vulnerabilities in more than 10 programming languages. Improve code quality and manage your technical debt.
Code Inspector is a tool in the Code Review category of a tech stack.
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Code Inspector's Features
- Code Analysis: Automatic detection of Security Vulnerabilities, Duplicates, Violations and Hotspots at every commit or pull request
- Integrations: Seamless integration with GitHub, GitLab & BitBucket repositories (public/private)
- Analytics: Clear and actionable metrics to improve code quality and manage technical debt
- APIs: Complete set of APIs to integrate with your CI/CD workflow (e.g. Jenkins, Travis, etc.)
- Sharing: Share your statistics publicly or privately with your team to maximize code visibility across projects
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