3 new code patterns for Scala

3 new code patterns for Scala

Codacy regularly adds new patterns to the languages it supports. Here are 3 new patterns we just added for Scala: 1. Avoid using DateTime.now without a timezone (Error Prone) Using DateTime.now without specifying a timezone can lead to...

Codacy integrates with ESLint

This past year we’ve seen an incredible growth coming from ESLint. ESLint is a linter on steroids for ECMAScript, JSX and JavaScript code. It quickly became the go-to linter for the JavaScript community. The...

9 great talks from Scala eXchange 2015

Codacy was a sponsor of this year’s edition of Scala eXchange in London. ScalaX was a beautifully organised conference: great venue, wonderful staff, and with everything running like clockwork. Here are 10 of our hand-picked talks. Keynote:...

Introducing on-demand code analysis buttons

We’re excited to introduce you full control over Codacy code analysis. Starting today, you can take charge of when Codacy analyses commits and pull requests. Once Codacy analyzes a commit, you can now issue a Reanalysis....

Microsoft WebCamp

Yesterday Microsoft Portugal held WebCamp, a conference on new Web platforms, standards and tools. Codacy was there with our booth and a presentation — Nightmare before Best Practices — that exposed 5 real nightmare scenarios that took place due...