The first thing you need to do with any refactor is to plan it out. Refactor plans are really important so you know what parts of code are there in the first place, what code will be affected by your change, estimates, what parts are priorities and what parts can be tech debt to tackle later. CodeSee helps you:
Break system down into modules
Plan a refactor
Refactor service to follow patterns
Refactoring monolith into services or services to a monolith
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To plan your refactor start with a code map. Once you've drilled down your map, label the parts that need to be refactored. This helps explain your refactor to teammates or even your leadership team.
Use Review Maps to create code changes and continue to see how your change connects to other parts of your code in your PRs.
Use Code Automations to during your refactor to block people from touching areas of the code that are being refactored (Coming Soon). Finally, use Code Automations to establish and scale your new best practices once your refactor is complete.
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Updated 26 days ago