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Explore something new with Maps.

Your code is constantly evolving—so should your understanding.

Maps are automatically generated and update with each commit, including codebase Insights and any customizations you’ve made with Labels, Notes, and Tours. 

Accelerate developer onboarding.

Maps provide a reliable visual foundation for building codebase understanding, so developers can start making meaningful contributions without the friction often associated with onboarding. 

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Intuitive code reviews.

Visualize changes to review logically. Segment files into related sections and browse them in Map and diff views. Create step-by-step, visual walkthroughs of changes, highlighting important steps and sharing guidance.

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Continuous code understanding.

Maps reflect the up-to-date codebase, with the ability to interact with and understand files and file relationships. So whether you're working independently or collaborating as a team, Maps can act as a single source of truth.

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Drive collaboration.

Sharing development details is key to cross-organization project management, but code is not a universal language. Maps can be used to guide collaboration and communication with project stakeholders, no matter their code knowledge.

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Dependencies display in

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How Maps works.

Quickly and reliably understand how files are related, see how code changes fit into the larger software architecture, and more.

Always up to date.

Maps are automatically generated and sync to your codebase with each commit, so you never have to worry about manually updating your Map.

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Valuable code insights.

Use Insights to visualize the most active areas of a codebase and get details on individual files, including file age and how many lines of code they represent.

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Multi language support.

Maps displays files and folders for any language, with the ability to visualize dependencies in Go, Java, JavaScript, Python, and TypeScript.

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Provide helpful context.

Customize Maps and provide context to your code using Labels and Notes, with color coding to indicate feature bounds, mark hotspots, or highlight tech debt—whatever’s useful to you.

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Take users on a Tour.

Create visual walkthroughs of your code, using Tours to communicate ideal code paths, user flows, and more—and Tour Alerts will help you keep your Tours up to date.

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The future of codebase understanding.

Explore the CodeSee Community.

Access Maps resources and support, and connect with Team CodeSee and others in the CodeSee global community!

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Connecting projects to people and people to resources.

Discover, share, and support open-source projects. A community dedicated to helping all developers overcome the barriers to taking on new codebases through collaboration and knowledge sharing.

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What folks are saying.

Customer case studies

“CodeSee gives me more visibility into what code is responsible for what parts of the product. So if I’m interacting with a given product/given project, and I need visibility into what parts of the code are responsible for doing what I am doing at a particular time, CodeSee really helps with that.”

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Ryan Abrams
Senior Engineer, Stripe

"... I am very excited for how much easier navigating code reviews will be."

chaseadamsio | @chaseadamsio
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"Been using CodeSee and it's a game changer... get used to navigating a codebase fast."

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Lucia Cerchie | @CerchieLucia
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“Quickly and scalably onboard engineers by visualizing your codebase. Code as stories, document as you go. Plenty to like, one to watch for 2021.”

James Governor
Co-Founder, RedMonk
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"A pretty interesting product for understanding large codebases logically instead of going through plain text documentation."

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Akash Hamirwasia | @blenderskool
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“CodeSee allows Distribute Aid to implement relay-style code handoffs. Maps document the current state of the code for incoming devs, so others can wind down. Everyone is up to date, and we can maintain our momentum without burning out our volunteers.”

Taylor
Senior Engineer, Distribute Aid

"This is legitimately cool. Don't miss out."

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Kyle R. Conway | @K_REY_C
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Our standards for code privacy + security.

We do not store your code. It's stored on GitHub servers and analyzed by CodeSee using a GitHub Action. Check out our list of requested GitHub permissions and details on our SOC 2 Type II report.

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