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Join Codacy Product Showcase on July 9th to learn about product updates

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Meet us at WeAreDevelopers World Congress in Berlin

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Spotlight Whitepaper by IDC on Importance of Automated Code Review Technologies

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The New Codacy

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In the last weeks, we worked hard using the feedback gathered from the thousands of developers using Codacy, to release a new version of our product.

We focused on the every days needs of developers. Today, we are excited to bring you a new Codacy to help you to better manage, monitor and control your code quality, one commit at a time.

What’s new?

New/Fixed issues per commit

Codacy allows you now to see directly the quality of your last commit by telling you about new and fixed issues.

Analytics

Your project evolves through time, so does its quality.
We now allow you to observe critical periods as well as problematic commits and files over time.

Greater flexibility

You can select and choose only the code patterns that matter to you.
You define how your project quality is graded.

Simplicity

We’ve studied your use cases. We’ve redesigned Codacy around them.
We removed boiler plate. As a programmer or manager you can easily see the current state of a project.

Login to your account or sign up today for your free trial. We look forward for your feedback.

We are continuoulsy improving the product and will introduce some new exciting features soon. Stay tuned.


Edit: We just published an ebook: “The Ultimate Guide to Code Review” based on a survey of 680+ developers. Enjoy!


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