What is Embold?
It is a general-purpose static code analyzer that helps developers analyze and improve their code by surfacing issues across four dimensions, including design and duplication. Uncover hard-to-detect anti-patterns that can make your code unmaintainable and lead to error-prone solutions. Save time and effort with Embold’s refactoring support and debug before deployment.
Embold is a tool in the Code Review category of a tech stack.
Who uses Embold?
GitHub, Bitbucket, Visual Studio, IntelliJ IDEA, and Android Studio are some of the popular tools that integrate with Embold. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with Embold.
- Get deeper and faster code checks than standard linters. With a highly responsive and visual UI, reduce the confusion, and quickly understand your code base
- Integrate seamlessly with Github, Bitbucket, and Azure, and get instant results with Embold’s automated pull request review—get all the information you want, where you want it
- With the Embold plugins, you can pick up code smells and vulnerabilities as you code, before making commits—do more as you write
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