Getting started

Trying out Codeac is easy. All you have to do is register an account. How can you do that?

First, go to our website and click “Get started” button.

You can also check out our video about how to get started with Codeac:


  1. GIT server: We support Github, Bitbucket and GitLab.
  2. Repository Access: You need admin privileges to be able to add your repository to Codeac the first time. We need to register a webhook on your repository to support all the features. After the repo is added, anyone with read privileges can access it.
  3. Programming Language Requirements: Codeac supports JavaScript, TypeScript, PHP, Python, Ruby, Go, among others. Check the full list at Supported Languages.

Setting up a repository

Assuming you are logged in with your GitHub, Bitbucket or GitLab account, you are presented with a list of your repositories. If not, click refresh button on the right side.

After finding your repository, click on it, and register the webhook. Your repository is now imported, and a first analysis will begin. When you have added your projects, you should see a simple dashboard with your first report.

Codeac Report