What is DeepScan?
DeepScan is a tool in the Code Review category of a tech stack.
Who uses DeepScan?
4 developers on StackShare have stated that they use DeepScan.
- Support for Cutting Edge Technology: ES6, ES7 and ECMAScript Next features, React, Flow, and TypeScript.
- GitHub Integration: Analyze your code in GitHub repository with automatic synchronization and code review for pull request.
- Effective Rule Sets: Help developers to find common pitfalls and best practices. Fine-grained impact depending on the surrounding context.
- Issue Trends: You can track project's code quality over time.
- Editor Plugins: You can see bugs and quality issues on the fly in your Visual Studio Code and Atom.
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