|Initial release||1 February 2014|
|Type||Static program analysis|
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Codacy determines code quality according to complexity, code style, and performance. It lets users set goals related to each category.
Developers quantify the progress that can be made via “Improve Now” prompts that recommend tweaks across all categories. User-defined code patterns allow developers to create their own programming rules against which to benchmark their code.
February 2014, the first public version was released.
Automated Code Review
Codacy identifies new static analysis issues, code coverage, code duplication and code complexity evolution in every commit and pull request.
Codacy pushes results as comments in pull requests or as notifications in Slack or Hipchat channels. Also integrates with continuous Integration tools and unit testing solutions.
Codacy integrates with third-party tools such as Github, Bitbucket, Jira, Hipchat, Slack, Youtrack and Jenkins.
Codacy provides official support for over 30 languages, including:
- C / C# / C++
- Shell Script
Won the BETA Award at Websummit in 2014.
Featured in Deloitte Technology Fast 500™ companies in 2020. Technology Fast 500 EMEA Winners 2019. The Deloitte Technology Fast 500™ EMEA program is an objective industry ranking that recognizes the fastest-growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) during the past four years. 
List of tools for code review
- "Codacy". Crunchbase. Retrieved 2019-01-16.
- O'Hear, Steve (2017-08-17). "Codacy, a platform that helps developers check the quality of their code, raises $5.1M". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2019-01-16.
- Ricknäs, Mikael (2014-11-06). "These startups are offering developers new ways to test code and apps". Digital Arts. Retrieved 2019-01-16.
- Bridgwater, Adrian (2014-11-03). "Codacy "FitBit" Tracker For Developers". Dr. Dobb's. Retrieved 2019-01-16.
- "Automated code reviews & code analytics". Codacy. Retrieved 2019-01-16.
- "Product". Codacy. Retrieved 2019-01-16.
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