Visibility into your codebase.
Visually see how your code fits together. Use your visualization to explain and understand how your code works.
Use an Onboarding Map to introduce a developer to a codebase, with the ability to highlight relevant areas of the code and create interactive Tours.
Create a Feature Planning Map to visualize feature architecture and explore functionality in detail as you chart your next release.View Map
Create an Ownership Map to designate who’s responsible for what in the codebase, so everyone knows who to contact with code-based questions.View Map
See all the parts of code affected by each PR. Break large reviews into manageable pieces directing reviewers to files that have been actually changed.
Review Maps can be automatically generated and linked in pull requests, so code changes can be reviewed in the context of the codebase.
It's kinda insane. Use a Review Map to see what's changed. Hide unchanged files and keep track of where you are, ensuring nothing's missed.View Map
Scalably enforce processes, best practices and disseminate tribal knowledge across your org — without annoying your developers.
When creating a migration, go through this checklist before merging.View automation
Checklists in context. Automatically generate a checklist based on which files were edited in a pull request.
Follow the Soc 2 requirements process whenever a new service is added.
CodeSee helps you easily untangle the parts of code involved in a refactor by visualizing your codebase.
Two engineers collaborated on their plan for a big refactor. They used CodeSee to understand dependencies and increase their confidence.View Map
This map lays out a plan for breaking up a part of the system into two clean modules. The goal is to reduce the mess of connections between them.View Map
Want to gain a sense of what the CodeSee platform can do for you? Walk through our series of code reviews and get inspired.