Every commit has the ability to improve, or reduce, the quality of your codebase. With the right information, team members can be sure they're only merging clean, healthy, well-tested code.
Customize your test coverage target and decide which technical debt issues should be considered blockers.
Get technical debt and test coverage information displayed line-by-line on GitHub via our browser extension.
Pull request statuses help you decide at-a-glance if code is ready to merge. Fine-grained permissions ensure the right people are in the loop.
Your progress report shows a summary of the most important changes that were merged, perfect for your weekly retrospectives.
Your trends page helps you step back from the details and determine if your overall code quality is getting better or worse.
Correlate code quality information against areas of high churn so you can focus your efforts on files with inadequate coverage or maintainability issues.
Get an at-a-glance view of how your projects stack up next to each other and see which need more attention.
Individual pull request statuses for coverage and maintainability
Browser extension for GitHub
Full REST API
Shared, organization-wide configuration
Run analysis locally with IDE/editor integrations and CLI
Integration with ticket systems like Jira, Trello and GitHub Issues
GitHub OAuth, two-factor authentication and enterprise-grade security baked in
Runs on-premises or in your private cloud
Extensible platform with 30+ plugins available
Team management and fine-grained permissions
Customizable notifications over Slack and email
Test coverage of new lines of code