Onboard Anyone To Your Codebase

Visualize and get insights on your entire codebase for better 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.

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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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How Devs Use CodeSee

Open Source and Company Developers use CodeSee to:

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Onboard: Visualize a software system and quickly orient a developer so they can make accurate, informed decisions.
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Plan: Work from a shared codebase model, with features to assign ownership, capture coding details, and view progress.
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Review: Begin code reviews in a Map to visualize how proposed changes will impact the larger codebase.
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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.

See a Bird’s-Eye View of Your Code

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Gain a mental model of how the whole codebase works together.
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Create annotated maps of the code to assign team ownership and capture your understanding.
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Share maps with your organization to aid with team collaboration, communication, onboarding, and alignment.
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See Your Change Within the Big Picture

Devs can feel confident that pushing their change won’t break a downstream or shared component.  

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On every PR, see the inputs and outputs of your change
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See how your change affects the larger architecture before you merge.
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When when your PR is reviewed, pass along your understanding making code reviews faster and more effective
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Auto Insights

Codebase insights help developers prioritize what needs attention. Glean information on engineering hotspots, time since last activity, creation date, and more.

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Debug Your Code—in Execution Order

Use CodeSee Recordings to see and share a visual flow of your code at runtime. Drill down into which functions were called in what order, and inspect the values of variables at all times. No more mental jumps between files and folders.

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Explore important side effects of your code like network requests and responses.
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Traverse through looping operations, and time-travel through your data flow in either direction.
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Search your recording for any function, variable name, or even runtime values.
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Folks Talking About CodeSee

“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 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 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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Senior Engineer, Distribute Aid

“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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