Self-Updating
Architecture Diagrams

In just 9 clicks, CodeSee creates a visual map of your codebase’s dependencies, providing a single source of truth for your entire system. Your map stays up to date automatically with every PR.

See a Bird’s-Eye View of Your Code

CodeSee creates a visual map of your codebase that stays up to date with every PR. Your CodeSee Map represents the current state of your codebase: it’s a single source of truth you can rely on.

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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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If you have no agreement on architecture, you have no architecture.

Onboard developers faster

Understanding a codebase by inspecting code takes too long—our maps give you a visual to orient you quickly.

See who owns what

Figuring out who to ask about a piece of code is an ever-changing and time-consuming task. CodeSee takes the guesswork out of code ownership.

Make code changes with confidence

Making a change is nerve-racking. It’s hard to avoid undesired side effects when working in complex codebases. Use our code maps to get your bearings and gain confidence.


CodeSee Maps uses GitHub to generate dependencies between files and update your map to reflect changes in your codebase. We don't store your code, and your code never leaves the GitHub servers or your local machine.