Better Code Hub vs Codacy vs codebeat

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Better Code Hub

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Codacy

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codebeat

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Pros of Better Code Hub
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      Automated code review
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      Easy setup
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      Free for open source
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      Customizable
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      Helps reduce technical debt
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      Best scala support
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      Better coding
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      Faster Employee Onboarding
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      Great UI
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      Duplication detector
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      PHP integration
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      Python inspection
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      Many integrations
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      Tools for JVM analysis
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      Github Integration
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      Must-have for Java
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      Easy Travis integration
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      Items can be ignored in the UI
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      Cons of Better Code Hub
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          No support for private Git or Azure DevOps git
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          What is Better Code Hub?

          Better Code Hub runs the first analysis of any GitHub repository with the default configuration. This default configuration is based on the programming languages reported by GitHub and supported by Better Code Hub. Better Code Hub further uses heuristics and commonly used conventions.

          What is Codacy?

          Codacy automates code reviews and monitors code quality on every commit and pull request on more than 40 programming languages reporting back the impact of every commit or PR, issues concerning code style, best practices and security.

          What is codebeat?

          codebeat helps you prioritize issues and identify quick wins. It provides immediate and continuous feedback on complexity and duplication

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