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Development History, SW-Architecture, Dependencies, Tens of KPI’s visualised
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Automated pull request analysis and visualization for
Always up-to-date software versions with new features
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The power of visualization in software development
Visual learning is the most preferred learning style* and graphs can be understood tens of thousands of times faster than text. Providing a visual overview of each change will increase system understanding for everyone on your team. Graphs also help spot unwanted dependencies and architectural changes before merging.
Automation to increase quality and productivity
A developer typically creates 5-10 pull requests per month, amounting to 15-30 code review events when reviewed by the author and two peers. You can have a detailed visualization for every pull request, including automated dependency rule checks and actionable insights, before merging. Automation allows for faster reviews, improves maintainability, and prevents bugs from slipping into the product.
Architecture refactoring and code base learning
Softagram desktop allows you to browse a visualization of your code’s architecture, supporting up to tens of millions of lines of code! Softagram’s KPIs show burning areas and help to detect dependency cycles, open source license risks, and points of technical debt. Our visual representation of your project and its dependencies makes planning new features and learning new code much faster than getting the same information by reading the code line by line.
Softagram cloud/on-prem service will get triggered whenever pull requests are created/modified. The system will automatically do the analysis and visualization and posts the report as a comment to the PR where the code review anyway is done.