Codacy Launches to Help Developers Stop Worrying about Code Style

codacyDevelopers: do you feel like you’re ready to commit yourself to a mental hospital every time you commit a few new lines of code for error checking? Codacy (formerly known as Qamine) is a recently launched beta platform that provides an automated code review tool for programmers. The application makes a great compliment to your unit tests as it continuously monitors troublesome patterns in your code to help you reduce the amount of time you spend sweating over coding styles. These styles for CSS, HTML and Javascript can become a problem over longer projects that often mix and match modules from multiple developers and styles. With Codacy’s growing collection of code patterns, you can choose to apply the styles most relevant to your design projects.

The tool is 100% git compatible and disruption-free, that is it runs automatically on each code deployment.

While the application is still in private beta, the site claims to be adding users rapidly and is expected to make a public launch in January.

Codacy has also landed a $500,000 seed round from EspĂ­rito Santo Ventures and Faber Ventures.
Are you looking for a little more style in your development efforts?

via The Next Web

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