Overview of CodeSee

CodeSee creates customizable and extensible maps of your codebase that allow you to plan, code, review or automate your codebase knowledge. Think of it as a Google Map for your code workflow. Today, we support Javascript, Typescript, Python, Java, Rust, and Go -- and will soon be compatible with more languages.

Codebase Maps are auto-generated, interactive, collaborative diagrams of the structure of your codebase, on top of which you can add various annotations, comment, knowledge and tours. Developers use Codebase Maps for onboarding, refactoring, code diving, planning, as well as mapping out ownership, tech debt and more.

In addition, whenever you make a pull request on a repository, a Review Map will automatically generate. These maps enable a visual, interactive code review that make understanding the impact your change has on your codebase as well as make the code review easier to do well, and faster to complete. An image of the map is also posted in every pull request right in GitHub, so you can have an overview of the change at a glance.

Once you're done planning, coding, and reviewing, Code Automations allows you to scalably enforce processes, best practices and disseminate tribal knowledge across your org. Code Automations watch as your code changes, and alerts developers before those changes are merged with: reminders, checklists, warnings, and assigning exactly the right team to review.

Interested in learning about the types of maps most used across development teams? Read our blog post.

We're here to help!

CodeSee has a ton of features to enable you to visualize how your code works. If you get stuck, shoot us an email or use the Intercom widget on the bottom right of any page in the CodeSee app or on Codesee.io.

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