Improved GitHub integration with pull request annotations
Codeac brings the code quality analysis closer to your Pull Requests directly on GitHub thanks to the GitHub App integration. You can also find us in the GitHub Marketplace for even easier and more secure installation process.
What not to do while opening a Pull Request
Creating a Pull Request is a great pleasure for every developer; it signifies that another task is almost done. Learn more about how to get through the last step to see your changes in production quickly.
Your code is secure with Codeac
During onboarding, we are often asked about security and we are always glad to be able to remove these concerns in this area. These are the most frequently asked questions by our clients.
3.5 best practices on how to prevent debugging
We can't promise you a life without debugging, however, these best practices can help all developers spend more time on programming instead of solving bugs.
How to save time while debugging
We often see that developers tend to try to figure out a new solution while debugging, however, it’s highly possible that someone else has already come up with it. This tendency to reinvent the wheel is both time consuming and in most cases unnecessary.
Upgrade your debugging skills and code like a PRO
Wrapping your head around some mysterious bugs can sometimes be very tricky. However, be it 99 or 127 little bugs, systematic debugging can patch them all!
3 benefits of Infrastructure as Code
Infrastructure as Code is getting more popular among the DevOps Engineers. These three main benefits should tell you why to consider using it as well.
Make your repository lean and clean!
Sometimes, large files are needlessly committed to your repository but from a long term perspective, it is best practice to keep your repository small. Let’s dive into our blog post to see what can be done to reduce the size of your repository.
Technical debt can kill your remote spirit
For remote teams, it is quite a challenge to tackle both coding as well as all the testing, reviewing, solving bugs, etc. Especially when only a third of a day is usually spent on programming. Let's explore how we at Codeac can help your remote team balance between the speed of development and code quality.
Brilliant comments you wish you could find in your source code
Though programming is a very serious work and often associated with introverts, who says they can´t have fun from time to time? Here are some of the most creative easter eggs hidden among all the seriousness.
4 tips for deploying microservices successfully
Microservices are increasingly popular because they bring greater flexibility and scalability to your codebase. But what’s the best way to replace your existing monolithic applications? These four tips will help you transform your architecture effectively with microservices.
What software developers can learn from origami and the California Gold Rush
Just like in origami, where a bad fold can lead to a one-winged-crane, technical debt can cause a total disaster in your production environment. Newertheless, with the right tool everyone can write cleaner code.
The future of TSLint and what it means for Codeac.io users
Everything you need to know about why TSLint is being deprecated and how Codeac.io will ensure you can continue to analyse and improve your code effectively.