Don't document and hope — automate your code workflows.

Scalably enforce processes, best practices and disseminate tribal knowledge across your org — without annoying your developers. Works for all languages.

It’s nearly impossible to spread and enforce all the details required to develop in your codebase.

CodeSee watches as your code changes, and alerts developers before those changes are merged with: reminders, checklists, warnings, and assigning exactly the right team to review.

Automate your code
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Knowledge kept in your head... automate it.
Capture gotchas, unique quirks, context about  your code and automate it so it's there when you need it.
Enforce processes or new info org-wide.
Post refactor changes, new features, compliance, security, risk, standards, best practices, comms between teams, and more can all be automated — finally.
Automate what you need, how you need it.
Customize each automation with patterns specific to your codebase, so only the right info is shared with the right people at the right time.
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Endpoint Checklist
Checklists in context. Automatically generate a checklist based on which files were edited in a pull request.
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Create a Migration
When creating a migration, go through this checklist before merging.
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Authorization Testing
When you touch the authorization flow, run this test matrix.
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Icon Checklist
When adding icons, follow this checklist.
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Post refactor: Best practices for Controllers
Now that you've completed a refactor, make sure things stay nicely refactored.
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Soc 2 Requirements for New Services
Follow the Soc 2 requirements process whenever a new service is added.
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Route File Updates
You've made a new frontend route, do these things.
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Adding a new package
If you added a new npm package you MUST do....
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Assign Reviewers
Add assignees and reviewers automatically based on your chosen criteria. In this case, add the CTO to all server changes to review.
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Block code changes during a refactor
Block code changes during a refactor so no one continues to use the module we're trying to change
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Amy Meyers, p.volve

“I am able to visually see the changes in a pull request and begin to create a phased solution for staggering deployments. CodeSee now provides my primary method to identify differences in the code and where to make changes.”

Amy Meyers
Senior Software Engineer |
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