supported languages

  • C

  • C++

  • Java

  • JavaScript

  • Python

  • PHP

  • ruby


  • scala


  • hashtag


find vulnerabilities

Find vulnerabilities, code violations and hotspot

Our tools periodically analyzes your codebase and extracts metrics that surfaces vulnerabilities, code violations, duplicates and more. You can find undetected vulnerabilities and flaws in your code before it impacts your customer. The tool also show you hotspot in your code: code artifacts that incur lot of useless rework that could be refactored into smaller, more efficient units of code.

Monitor trends in your code base

Software changes constantly. Adding new features, fixing bugs, integrating new services: this is what developers do every day. While we are making changes, we also introduce potential errors, we might introduce complexity, semantic errors which might results in bugs or even serious vulnerability. Code inspector allows your to monitor your code base and provide clear, actionable metrics to discover issues before they are not too hard to fix.

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Continuous Integration

Code Inspector provides an API to integrates with your continuous integration pipeline. Analysis can be triggered by most popular continuous integration tools, such as travis-ci, gitlab or jenkins.

Code Inspector can also automatically trigger analysis from repositories hosted on github or bitbucket. (coming soon).


Integration with Github and Gitlab

Code Inspector is integrated with github and gitlab: all you need to analyze your repositories is to link your account with code-inspector, select them when you add a repository and let your analyzers do the rest!

Source Code Overview

Gives you a clear overview of bottlenecks in your source code and a report to manage and payback your technical debt

  1. Technical debt repayment plan that help you prioritize bugfixes in your codebase
  2. Dashboard with evolution of the quality of your project over time
  3. Comparison with industry standards: how your project compares to well-know, quality software?
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  • Public repositories
  • Git repositories only
  • Single user
  • Five projects max
  • 100Kslocs limitation
  • Community support


  • Public + private repositories
  • Git + Subversion repositories
  • 10 users per projects
  • 10 projects max
  • 300Kslocs limitation
  • Official support


  • Public + private repositories
  • Git + Subversion repositories
  • 100 users per projects
  • 50 projects max
  • 1M slocs limitation
  • Official support