Bring visibility to your codebase.

CodeSee is a dev tool that visualizes and automate your codebase for shorter onboarding, shipping code faster and easier refactoring.

CodeSee supports C#, Go, Java, Javascript, Rust, Python, Typescript, Blazor, VB.NET and ASP.NET codebases hosted on GitHub.

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Shipping quality code quickly is hard because your team is trying to do it blindfolded.

CodeSee automatically visualizes and helps you understand your codebase and see the impact changes. Your entire team can write quality, resilient code while still shipping code quickly.

Onboard engineers to your code quickly.
With autogenerated visual models, form an instant mental model of what an author intended so that you can modify the code. Enjoy always up-to-date maps of your codebase as other developers and you work. Make decisions based on your actual code and not on an out-of-date understanding.
Assess the impact of your team's changes before merging.
Visualize how your code is affected by each proposed change before merging–no more guessing as to the impact your change will have. Reduce the risk that a change will break something and prevent issues before they hit production.
Identify areas of interest to ensure code quality.
Connect important paths and code knowledge directly to the code so that your entire team knows how to work with the code–notes persist as your code changes. Label and color code to indicate feature bounds, critical paths through the code, hotspots, and more. Gain clarity on how the code works and why it was written.
Automate code knowledge.
Automate code knowledge, compliance and security processes so your engineers and you gain visibility and reduce the time required for knowledge transfer. Always contribute with clarity and confidence–and keep pace as the codebase evolves.
Onboard engineers to your entire codebase.
See how your code and services are connected so devs know how it works. Maps auto update so you don't have to.
Refactor easier.
Visualizing code ensures that you don't miss key dependencies. Create automations that stops devs from using old components.
Ship quality code.
With a map, devs can uncover unknown unknowns. Shipping quality code takes less effort.
Automate code knowledge.
Reduce the time required for knowledge transfer. Engineers have more time to code.
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“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.”
Ryan Abrams
Senior Engineer, Stripe
CodeSee customer success

You're in great company.

We’re building a code visibility platform for development teams of all sizes, in companies at every stage—from startups to Fortune 500.

See the value and results from innovative teams using CodeSee that you can replicate across your team.

Customer case studies
3K hours
saved in code review/year
saved in code review/year
less time in code review
2.9k hours
saved in onboarding/year
saved in onboarding/year
* For a team of 10 developers

With CodeSee you can:

Get oriented faster.

See services, file connections and identify what’s been added and removed. Quickly understand the impact of changes.

Know where to start.

Changes are logically laid out. With an intuitive, left-to-right visual of changes, you can stop reviewing files alphabetically.

Offer + receive guidance.

Create interactive tours to guide review and onboard teammates. Focus only on what’s relevant. Highlight code flows and structural changes. Share intent.

Make big changes manageable.

Review a file along with its related files—presented as a single manageable section for review. Create automations that streamline development.

Have a single view.

Make even complex changes easy to navigate by cutting down on unnecessary file switching and mental modeling.

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