Introducing automatic comments on your pull requests

After a good beta period with some users, we're launching today a useful product feature: automatic comments on your pull requests with our code analysis results. All our analysis issues can now be pushed automatically to your pull request page so you don't have to comment yourself. We believe this…

20% of code review comments are about style and best practices

We are spending at least 20% of our software development time reviewing code [1]. If you are not, you should be. This is because code reviews have become an integral part of our modern development workflow [2],[3]. But code reviews can be ineffective. Your effectiveness to spot defects (bugs)…

Moving to Micro-services - Service Discovery

For the past few weeks, part of the development team at Codacy has been working on breaking our application into small microservices, following the ideas learned from this book. We seem to have a perfect fit; a big monolithic application, with several sub-components that have a clear bounded context; having…

Visualizing Scala Code Style

This is based on a presentation done on ScalaBay Introduction One of the reasons I am fascinated with Scala is the combination of bleeding edge experimentation, performance computation and reactiveness and big adoption by a growing list of companies. It’s rare to see programming languages cross the chasm of…

Introducing Hipchat, Slack and Webhooks

One thing we've learned building Codacy is that developers like their tools playing nice with each other. Today we're moving closer in that direction by introducing more notifications in Codacy. Starting now, you can start receiving notifications from Codacy on your Hipchat, on your Slack or even configure your own…

Apply the Effective Scala Guide on your Open Source projects

After allowing our users to simply enforce the Official Scala Style Guide on their projects, we are now very pleased to announce that we released the Effective Scala Standard on Codacy. Effective Scala was created by Marius Eriksen and comes from Twitter's experience with developing their whole infrastructure in Scala.…

Introducing code coverage

We're excited to bring you one of the most requested features for last year: code coverage. If you have been paying close attention to our dashboard, you probably felt something was missing (on the top right corner): Well, voila! It was our goal to have code coverage on it for…

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