A new approach to code review.

Reviewing changes to a codebase has never been easier.

Quickly understand the potential impact of code changes in Review Maps, with the ability to intuitively navigate between files, view how code is being updated in one double-click, and easily track the progress of your review.

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Submit code reviews

Contextualize and submit code reviews, all in one intuitive UI/UX.

Side-by-side code comparison

Double-click on files in a Map to view changes in a diff.

Intuitive grouping

Code is grouped intuitively, so you can review based on logic and functionality.

Identify dependencies

See dependencies between files and folders in Go, Java, JavaScript, Python, and TypeScript.

Add comments

Provide feedback on code reviews by placing and responding to comments—they're automatically reflected in the repository.

Mark as 'Reviewed'

Easily mark sections as 'Reviewed' as you move through a code review.

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Now, use Review Maps in Visual Studio Code!

With the CodeSee Review Maps extension for Visual Studio Code, you can contextualize the potential impact of code changes, address feedback, and submit reviews—all within your editor.

See what's possible.

Click the button below to interact with a Review Map.

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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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