Visualize codebases for faster

Map an entire codebase in just a few clicks.

Quickly identify cross-code dependencies and navigate between files and folders. With insights to improve your understanding of the codebase and guide onboarding, planning, and reviews.

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Read less code. Get more done.

Development has evolved. Developer tools haven't kept up.
Even today, many devs learn codebases line by line.

It's time for something new.

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Visually understand code

Our patented visual map provides a new type of view of your system. You understand where to start, what code ran in execution order, and all of the values of the data so you can see what's going on without reading every line of code.

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Link your documents to the code

Devs spend more time understanding code than actually writing or changing it. Learn new code by reading a story connected to the code. This unlocks onboarding new developers, fast feature execution & unprecedented debugging.

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Share your understanding

Sharing code understanding across your team makes your team more agile, as your developers can work on all the code, not just the code they wrote.

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Our solution.

Auto-generated software diagrams that sync to your codebase as you work. With features to help you understand how files are connected, see how pull requests fit into the larger architecture, and more.

Quickly identify how the code is meant to function so you can focus on making it happen.

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Self updating

CodeSee Maps are automatically generated and updated every time a code change is merged, so you never have to worry about manually refreshing your Map.

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Valuable code insights

Using the Maps Insights panel, you can quickly visualize the most active areas of the codebase and get details on individual files and folders, including their age and how many lines of code they represent.

Multi language

CodeSee Maps is capable of displaying files and folders for any language, with the ability to visualize dependencies across Go, Java, JavaScript, Python, and TypeScript codebases.

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Persistent Labels + Notes

Use Labels and Notes to provide a high-level understanding of how files and folders connect and function, with color coding to indicate feature bounds, mark hotspots, or highlight tech debt—whatever’s useful to you.

Tours

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

How Maps works.

Auto-generated, self-updating software architecture diagrams that sync to the codebase as your code evolves. With features to help you understand how files and folders are connected, see how a change fits into the larger architecture, and more.
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With support for:

Coming soon:

It's time for something new.

What's possible with CodeSee Maps.

Onboard

Visualize a software system and quickly orient a developer so they can make accurate, informed decisions.

Plan

Work from a shared codebase model, with features to assign ownership, capture coding details, and view progress.

Review

Begin code reviews in a Map to visualize how proposed changes will impact the larger codebase.

Debug

Identify unknown unknowns and act with awareness of dependencies and details on the lifetime of the code.

Share

Align your organization to the development process and help set expectations by visually communicating progress.

We’d love to have you.

Join our beta program to explore how Maps can help your team better understand codebases.

No commitment, no cost. We want to design Maps to address your unique codebase challenges.
Insight into your user experience will help.

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Visually understand code

Our patented visual map provides a new type of view of your system. You understand where to start, what code ran in execution order, and all of the values of the data so you can see what's going on without reading every line of code.

CodeSee logo

Link your documents to the code

Devs spend more time understanding code than actually writing or changing it. Learn new code by reading a story connected to the code. This unlocks onboarding new developers, fast feature execution & unprecedented debugging.

Person group icon

Share your understanding

Sharing code understanding across your team makes your team more agile, as your developers can work on all the code, not just the code they wrote.

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Check out Recordings.

Capture, interact, and share a visual flow of your code at runtime with Recordings.

Cut the time [and mental load] required to transition between files and folders. Drill down into the details of functions, including call order and variable values.

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Welcome to OSS Port.

An open source community connecting projects to people.

Dedicated to helping all developers eliminate the barriers to taking on a new codebase.

Software developers working with CodeSee's OSS Port

Folks talking about CodeSee.

CodeSee gives me more visibility.

“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

It's easy to ask other contributors for help.

"I love how simple CodeSee makes it to understand the execution flow by presenting runtime snapshots in their original context—the code I wrote and the data I entered! And if I'm really stuck, it's easy to ask other contributors for help. CodeSee is like Loom for your source code—drop a few comments, share a link, and your whole async team can see what you do!"

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Taylor
Senior Engineer, Distribute Aid

Visualize your codebase.

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

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James Governor
Co-Founder, RedMonk
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CodeSee gives me more visibility.

“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

It's easy to ask other contributors for help.

"I love how simple CodeSee makes it to understand the execution flow by presenting runtime snapshots in their original context—the code I wrote and the data I entered! And if I'm really stuck, it's easy to ask other contributors for help. CodeSee is like Loom for your source code—drop a few comments, share a link, and your whole async team can see what you do!"

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Taylor
Senior Engineer, Distribute Aid

Visualize your codebase.

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

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James Governor
Co-Founder, RedMonk
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Let’s connect!

Do you work with codebases? No matter your role, what we're building is for you.

If you’re open to sharing your code-based experiences and ideas on CodeSee, we’d love to chat/email/socialize!

Notable mentions.

This is legitimately cool. Don't miss out.
Kyle R. Conway
Just tried @Codeseeio Maps. A pretty interesting product for understanding large codebases logically instead of going through plain text documentation
Akash Hamirwasia
If I was still a developer, I’d be all over @Codeseeio today. Understanding how complex systems work is a super tough skill.
A common problem is having to “load” all the structures into your mind (which can take days), before actually working a task.
Shakeel Mohamed
Had an extremely smooth experience listing my existing Github project on #OSSPort for future contributions. It's an amazing platform built by @Codeseeio along with their other product called #CodeMaps, which beautifully integrates with Github!

#hacktoberfest #Opensource
Arghyadeep Das
#Hacktoberfest is around the corner & many OSS newcomers will be seeking a project to contribute to. I highly recommend using @Codeseeio's http://oss-port.com. It's great platform to find an OSS project to contribute to, for beginner as well as experienced contributors!
Akshat Malviya
This ex-Googler explains how her new startup is helping its customers 'actually understand' their code — and how she's building a better company culture to do it
Business Insider Tech
This was my first time to Hacktoberfest and I have learned many things in these 17days of #Hacktoberfest. @Codeseeio has set all projects at one place and the Codemap of every project has helped me to save much time to understand the code.
Thank you @Codeseeio
#HacktoberfestParty
CodeSee launches OSS Port open source project to help developers visualize code base https://tcrn.ch/2ZM7W0r by @ron_miller
TechCrunch
Go @Codeseeio team! I am so excited to continue to partner with you! “CodeSee is a developer tool that helps developers and teams deeply understand how the code works,” CEO Shanea Leven, who co-founded the company with her husband CTO Josh Leven, explained. @ShaneaLeven @thejosh
Natalie Ledbetter
All developers looking to advance their careers should board the OSS PortOSS Port, brought to you by @Codeseeio, is making it quick and easy for all devs to participate in open-source projectsJust in time for Hacktoberfest

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Black Tech Pipeline⚡️
Effective and inclusive community onboarding is one of the most critical ways to lower barriers and increase access in open source. Check out the amazing work that @Codeseeio is doing!
Demetris Cheatham
Love what the @Codeseeio team is doing in general, and the OSS-Port project to provide CodeeSee maps free to open source projects is a very cool way to lower the barrier for developers ramping up on a new codebase.
Erica Brescia
Understanding code is crucial in our day and age with so much critical infrastructure depending on programs. I’ve been doing code walks quite a bit for open source and look forward to using CodeSee to improve the experience for every developer
Marc Seitz
good folks over at @Codeseeio just took a round. software to visually map your code base. excellent to see investments in amazing founders like @ShaneaLeven. more money for black women entrepreneurs please. top notch investors (@edsim and @guypod)
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James Governor
Interesting tool of the week: https://codesee.io by @Codeseeio

We like: Highlights dependencies and related code structure. Code maps auto-update with each commit - map diffs posted into GitHub PRs
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